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LIBRARY OP CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Mtjsic^x, Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13, PART 1 

FIRST HALF OF 1918 
Nos. 1-7 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1918 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE / 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACTS OP CONGRESS OP MARCH S, 1891, 
OP JUNE 30, 1B06, AND OP MARCH 4, 11)09 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING : 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1918 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
No. 1 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

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The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries "shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions, — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van); Brahms (Johannes); Chopin (Frederic Francois); Donizetti 
(Gaetano); Handel (Georg Friedrich); MacDowell (Edward Alexander); 
Moszkowski (Moritz); Puccini (Giacomo). In case of all such works, 
however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of 
each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as "Fiinf studien," "12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as 
eongs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 



EXPLANATIONS FOB. USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: ** E," Class 
E, Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; 
"©," implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by 
date of publication; "©1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work 
followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manu- 
script copy, and " 2 c," for two copies, followed by the date of their receipt. 
In case of contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues 
containing such contributions is required. 

A list of the copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compo- 
sitions under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
of this issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions 
used or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serv 
ing to reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) 
of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found just prior to the index. 

Each issue has an index to composers. The final number, completing th# 
volume, will be followed by a full annual index to both composers and pro- 
prietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must be for the complete 
calendar year, is $1, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Document?- 
Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress, and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Oltice may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright OHice, and are not to he 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1918. 

This notice includes any printed and puhJhhed copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register or Copykigiits, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSI- 
CAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Belgium, Cuba, Germany, Great Britain, 
Italy, Luxemburg, New Zealand, and Norway. The President signed 
proclamations to this effect on the following dates: Belgium (June 
14, 1911), Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great 
Britain (Jan. 1, 1915), Italy (May 1, 1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 
1911), New Zealand (Feb. 9, 1917, effective Dec. 1, 191G), Norway 
(June 14, 1911). These proclamations were printed on pages v-x of 
Part 3, volume G, no. 7, and page iv of no. 12, and pages vm-xi of 
volume 10, no. 3, and page vni of no. 4, and pages v-ix of volume 12, 
no. 3, of the Catalogue of Copyright Entries. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hun- 
gary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation putting into effect the convention between the United 
States and Hungary specifically provides that the general copyright 
protection secured by article 1 includes the copyright control of 
mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Den- 
mark (May 19, 1911). Mexico (May 8, 1911), the Netherlands (Mar. 
3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914, and 
is in effect as between the United States and the Dominican Republic, 
Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, and Ecuador. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Abbruzzi band; march, by Alfredo 
Anelli [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; piano. [1 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416661: Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Absence brings you nearer to my 
heart; by Alfred Solman, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal 
orchestration in E flat. 4to. [2 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415077 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Across the brine; words and music 
by O. E. Caldwell [of U. S.] [3 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415138; 
Olivia E. Caldwell, Canton, O. 

Adieu to militarism. See Patriotic 
trinity. 

Advance (The) of the tanks; by 

Montague Ewing [of England] ; full 

orchestra. 4to. [4 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 

E 401660 ; Gould & Bolttler, London. 

After you made me do it, now you 
don't love me; words by Edmund 
Murray, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [5 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415386; 
Edmund Murray, Baltimore. 

Aggirandomi fra i meandri dell' ar- 
monia ; romanza senza parole di 
Giovanni Bolzoni [of Italy] ; quar- 
tetto d'archi ; partitura. [6 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401670; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Agua que va rio abajo; letra y mu- 
sica de Juan Martinez Abades [of 
Spain] [7 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401697; Union musical espaiiola, 
Madrid. 

Ah'll fix you ; words by M. G. Harris, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [8 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415155; 

Mabel G. Harris, Mt. Gory, O. 



Alabama, good-bye to you ; words by 

J. J. Johnson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [9 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415145; 

Joseph J. Johnson, Represa, Cal, 

All-cheering ; fox-trot, by Jack Smith 

[of Spain] ; piano. [10 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401753; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

All hail to our flag so grand ; words 
by J. E. Cooley, music by Robert H. 
Brennen [of U. S.] [11 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415193; J. E. Cooley, Marshfield. 
Or. 

Same. [12 

© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415243; John Edward Cooley. 
Marshfield, Or. 

All that I ask; words by Louise 
Townsend Nicholls, music by FraD- 
cis Moore [of U. S.] ; high voice. 

[13 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 415196; Huntzinger & Dilworth. 
New York. 

Allied (The) soldier's anthem; 
words by A. McC. McHenry, music 
by P. B. Story [of U. S.] [14 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415189; Annie McCullough Mc- 
Henry, Lum, Mich. 

Allies hurrah allies ; words and mu- 
sic by R. Goldberg [of U. S.] [15 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415344; 
Reka Goldberg, Chicago. 

America; tune. See Old Glory and 
Nation's hymn. 

America, all hail; words by C. B. 
Hilton, music by D. B. Towner [of 
U. S.] [16 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416640; Charles M. Alexander. 
Phi <lelphia. 



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America first; patriotic song, words 
by H. E. Winegar, music by P. B. 
Story [of U. S.] New York, P. B. 
Story. [17 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416613 ; H. E. Winegar, Bozeman, 
Mont. 

America for me; words by C. Peter- 
sen, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [18 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415160; C. 
Petersen, Waterville, Minn. 

America, I give myself to you ; words 
by D. James, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [19 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415162; 
Dolores James, Seattle. 

America, my country 'tis of thee; 

. new national air, words by S. F. 

. Smith, music by J. J. McCnbe [of 

U. S.l New York, Hinds, Hayden 

& Eldredge, inc. [20 

© Nov. 15, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1917; E 416535; James J. McCabe, 

Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 

piano accompaniment for melody] 

Americana ; march-one step, by Felice 
De Ma'tteo [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; band. 4to. [21 

© Dec. 13, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 418000; O. Pagani & bro., 
New York. 

America's final word; words by C. 

Mulvey and' A. M. Lupe, music by 

Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] [22 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415044; 

C. Mulvey & A. M. Lupe, New York. 

America's rally song ; words by Min- 
nie Coleman Martin, music by K. G. 
Black [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [23 

© Jan. 14, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418122; Kate Gilmore 
Black, Seattle. 

Amertnda; fox trot, bv Lee Orean 
Smith [of U. S.l ; of eh. 4to. [24 
© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 410596; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Amour (L') de Colombtne; valse- 
serenade de Hugo Montey \ot 
Spain] ; piano. [23 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401717; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 



Amourette ; by Florence Parr Gere 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [26 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1918; E 415070; Luckhardt & 

Belder, New York. 

Anda Morena; versos de Ceferino R. 
Avecilla. musica del Joaquin Lar- 
ruga [of Spain] [27 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401707; Union musical es- 
panola. Madrid. 

Antano. See Impressiones musicales. 

Anzobre; marcha espaiiola sobre can- 
tos populares de Galicia, por Fran- 
cisco Fuster [of Spain], para piano. 

[2S 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401702 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Apparuit; Christmas chant, trans, by 
Hans v. Kaldenkirchen, arr. by O. 
Deis [of U. S.] ; mixed voices and 
bar., organ ace. 4to. [29 

© Nov. 1, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416531; Oscar Deis, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on the 
music] 

Apres la guerre (After the war) ; 
lyric and music by B. C. Hilliam [of 
Great Britain]. [30 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401608; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

Arabesque; by E. Schaaf [of U. S.l, 

op. 18, no. 6; player piano. [31 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 418152; 

Edward Oswald Schaaf, Newark, 

N. J. 

Are you thinking of someone who's 
thinking of you; words and 
music by Jack Foley [of Great 
Britain] [32 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401617; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

Armstrong tech high school march ; 
by I. R. Hammond [of U. S.], arr. 
by Wellington A. Adams [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [33 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415291; Isabelle R. Hammond, 
Washington. 

As the years roll by ; f rom Her regi- 
ment, words by Win. Le Baron, 
music by Victor Herbert [of U. S.] 

[34 
© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416492; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 



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no. 1, 1918 



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Asombro (El) de Damasco; zarzuela 
en dos actos, letra de Paso y Abati, 
mnsica par Pablo Luna [of Spain 1 

[35 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
D 19817 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

At the end of a day; words by 
Aithur Angyalfi, music by Albert 
Vete [of U. S.] [36 

© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 : E 418082 ; Artmusic, inc., New 
York. 
At the Yankee military ball; fox- 
trot, by Harry Jentes [of U. S.l : 
band. obi. 24mo. [37 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416592; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment for band] 

Attention (Pozor! pochod) ; march, 
arr. by Louis Vitak [of U. S.l 4to. 
1. Band. 2. Orch. [3S, 39 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
1918; E 415262, 41526S ; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

AU REVOIR, BUT NOT GOOD BYE, SOLDIER 

boy; words by Lew Brown, music 
by Albert von Tilzer [of U. S.] [40 
© Dec. 26. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 418013; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Auld lang syne. See National melo- 
dies. 

Aueana (L.) See Cangons. 

Ave solitaria ; letra de Manual Al- 
varado, musica de Ramon Saez de 
Adana [of Spain] [41 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401733; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Avec elan (Full of dash) ; one step, 

by J. C. Egan [of U. S.] ; piano. [42 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 19 IS ; 

E 415356; Artmusic inc., New York. 

Aztec dance; by F. P. Search [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with conductor. 4to. 

[43 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1917 ; 
E 416522 ; Frederick Preston Search, 
Carmel-by-the-sea, Cal. 

Bacon (Julie Stevens) Two ques- 
tionable songs; words anon, music 
by J. S. Bacon [of U. S.] St. Louis, 
Shattinger piano & music co. Con- 
tents : Pelican (The).— Fly (The) 
song. [44 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 418069; Julie Stevens Bacon, St. 
Lou's. 



Baile git a no ; words and nmsic by Jo- 
qnin Valverde [of Spain, domiciled 
at New York] 145 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 418148; 
Valverde musical enterprises, inc., 
New York. 

Balada. See Cancor^. 

Ballade (Tamerlane) ; by E. Schaaf 
[of U. S.], op. 19, no. 5; player 
piano. [40 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 410546; 
Edward Oswald Schaaf, Newark, 
N. J. 

Barba azul. See Impressiones musi- 
cales. 

Baecarola. See Cannons. 

Barnyard blues ; jazz fox-trot by D. 
J. La Rocca [of U* S.] ; band. obi. 
24mo. [47 

© Dec. 24, 1917: 2 c. Jan. 4. 1918; 
E *416593; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright : s claimed on arrange- 
ment for band] 

Battle cry of freedom. See Na- 
tional melodies. 

tune. See Our training camps. 

Battle hymn of liberty ; words by 

A. M. Chapin, music by George 

Lowell Tracy [of U. S.] [4S 

1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415392; Anna 

Mason Chapin, Boston. 

Bean-soup blues ; a sour rag. by J. H. 
Valentine [of U. S.], arr. by Edgar 
Rollman [of U. S.] ; piano. [49 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 191S; E 416044; 
Jess Hattemer Valentine, Asheville, 
N. C. 

Beautiful France beckons to me; 

words by L. Warren, music by E. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [50 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 41GG77; 

Lillian Warren, Camden, Ark. 

Beautiful night on sea (Notte f el ice 
sul mare) ; waltz, by Augnsto Iorio 
[of U. S.] ; armonica. (Edition for 
armonica, no. 14) [51 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4. 19 IS; 
E 415185 ; Biagio Quattrociocche, 
Steubenville, O. 

Because of you; ballad, words by R. 

N. Doore, music by Ted Garton [of 

U. S.] 1 52 

© Jan. 3, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1918; 

E 418137; Garton bros., Boston. 



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Beethoven (Ludwig van) Minuet; 
by L. Beethoven, arr. by Maud 
Powell [of U. S.] ; violin and piano, 
in G major. (Kleinere Stiicke, no. 2) 

[53 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 

E 416590; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

violin arrangement] 

Variations, v. 2; oeuvres com- 
pletes par Beethoven, revision par 
Paul Dukas [of France] ; piano seul. 
(Edition classique, no. 9499) [54 
© Dec. 15, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1917; E 401655; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Behold the morning, and other 
songs; words and music by E. T. 
Adams [of U. S.] Contents :— The 
sinless land. — Behold the morning. — 
He will make the flowers bloom. 
12mo. [55 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415042; E. T. Adams, Wilmore, 
Ky. 

Belgian Rose; words and music by 

Geo. Benoit, Robert Levenson and 

Ted Garton [of U. S.] [56 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 ; 

E 418138; Garton bros., Boston. 

Bells (The) ; cantata; text by Edgar 
Allan Poe, music by Nicola A. Mon- 
tani [of U. S.] ; chorus for women's 
voices (S. S. A.) and solos. 4to. 

[57 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415103; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Bells (The) of Iloilo; by Z. Ranoa 

[of the Philippine Islands domiciled 

at Seattle] ; violin. [58 

© 1 c. Dec. 29, 1917; E 416511; 

Zacarias Ranoa, Seattle. 

Beloved it is well ; anthem, words by 
George Washington Doane, music by 
Charles H. Lloyd [of England] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [59 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401605; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Berlin or bust; words by Will Addi- 
son, music by Charlie Thomas [of 
U. S.] [60 

© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415052; Addison & Thomas, Chi- 
cago. 



Beso (El) misterioso; Zortzico, letra 
de F. Periquet, musica de Ignacio 
Tabuyo [of Spain] [61 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401737; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Big, black, beautiful eyes; a rag- 
time economy ditty, words by Joe 
Pearson, music by Harry CoLman 
[of Great Britain] [62 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401630 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Bird or beast; words by Christina 
Rossetti, music by Martin Shaw [of 
Great Britain] [63 

© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 401651; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Birthday party ; schottische, by Sandy 
Engelke [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays of 
sunshine, no. 6) [64 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415180; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Bon voyage and return ; words by J. 
Cecil, music by W. S. My grant [of 
U. S.] [65 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1918 ; 
E 418116 ; Janan Cecil & W. Seneca, 
Mygrant, New York. 

Born to us one Christmas day. See 
Christmas songs for beginners, set 
two. 

Boys (The) of the U. S. A. ; words by 
J. E. Palmer and E. P. Atkins, music 
by Thos, P. Sweatmon [of U. S.] 

[66 
© Dec. 4, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1917 ; 
E 416538 ; James E. Palmer and E. P. 
Atkins, Caruthersville, Mo. 

Boys (The) of Uncle Sam will be 
there; words and music by D. Clif- 
ford [of U. S.] Rockford, 111., Clif- 
ford music pub. co. [67 
© Dec. 17, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1917 ; 
E 416480 ; David Clifford, Rockford, 
111. 

Brahms (Johannes) Third sonata; 
by J. Brahms, op. 108, ed. by Franz 
Kneisel [of Rumania domiciled at 
New York] and Harold Bauer [of 
England domiciled at New York] ; 
piano and violin. (Schirmer's li- 
brary, v. 1303) [68 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan 13, 1918; 
E 418145; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 



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Bkave (The) and free; patriotic 
march song, words and music by W. 
Brown Leonard Lof U. S.] Glens 
Falls, N. Y., Braydon & Chapman. 

[69 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415046 ; Walter B. Leonard, Glens 

Falls, N. Y. 

Bring home the victory; words by 

Howard J. Green, music by Harry 

H. Roese [of U. S.] [70 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1918 ; 

E 418131; Chas. K. Harris, New 

York. 

Brother Green ; or, The dying soldier, 

words collected by Loraine Wyman, 

music by Howard Brockway [of 

U. S.] ; mixed voices, piano ace. 4to. 

[71 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 416621; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 
Brotherhood ; words by Edwin Mark- 
ham, music by Albert W. Noll [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Octavo edi- 
tions, no. 2058) [72 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918 ; E 418170 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Bucking mule; rag by Will Cook [of 

England] ; piano. [73 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401760; Will Cook, % Marriott & 

Williams, London. 

Butterflies. Se-e Pot pourri. 

Butterfly (The) ; words by Rebecca 
Salsbury, music by Nate Salsbury 
[of U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs, no. 13) [74 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415118; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Bye bye baby dear, papa's baby-sol- 
dier baby ; words and music by Roy 
L. Burtch [of U. S.] [75 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1917 ; 
E 416479; Halcyon pub. co., Indian- 
apolis. 

Cabraltega; letra y musica de Jean 
Martinez Abades [of Spain] ; voz y 
piano. [76 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401693 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Cajovy vecIrek valcIk (Tea party 
waltz) ; arr. by Louis Vitak [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [77 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415274 ; Georgi & Vitak music co.. 
Chicago. 



California; march, by A. M. Bald- 
win [of U. S.] ; piano. Los Angeles, 
R. W. Heffelfinger. [78 

© June 23, 1917; 2 c. July 30, 
1917; E 416500; Anita M. Baldwin, 
Santa Anita, Cal. 

Call (The) of the Sammies; patri- 
otic song, words and music by T. O. 
Glazier [of U. S.] [79 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 418005; T. O. Glazier, Greeley, 
Col. 

Call to arms ; march, by Bert R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. 88, no. 1; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. (In 
soldierland, no. 1) [80 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan 16, 
1918; E 418168; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Call (The) to battle; words by M. 
J. Harris, music by Mrs. M. J. Har- 
ris [of U. S.] [81 
© June 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416616 ; J. M. Harris, Miami, Fla. 

Calla gilguero; letra y musica de 
Juan Martinez Abades [of Spain] 

[82 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
.1918; E 401742; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 

Camina, Pancho camina; fox-trot, 
del R. Boronat [of Spain] ; piano. 

[83 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401734; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 

Camp Devens ; march, by A. J. Barron 

[of U. S.]; piano. [84 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; E 415203 ; 

Albert Joseph Barron, Maiden, Mass. 

Canada's birthright; 7. C. R. T. 
march, words by S. M. Lescourenat, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [85 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416690; 
J. M. Lescourenat, D co., C. R. T., 
France. 

Canci6n popular. See Suite en la. 

Canqons; text Catala, Castella, i 
Frances, musique de Enric Nogues 
[of Spain] Contents: — 1. Barca- 
rola. — 2. Somni de jovenesa. — 3. 
L'Aurana. — 4. Balada. — 5. La carta. 

[86 
© Dec. 31. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401711; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 



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Canta nino canta; cancion infantil a 
dos voces, letra y musica del. R 
Boronat [of Spain] ; a dos voces con 
ace. cle piano. [87 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401745; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Canzonetta ; by Hugh Blair [of Eng- 
land] ; organ, obi. 32mo. [88 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416485; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Caperucita roja. See Impresiones 
musicales. 

Caprtccto in E flat ; by Rudolph Ganz 
[of U. S.l op. 26, no. 2; piano, for 
the right hand. [89 

© .Tan 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415334 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Capriccto in G ; by Rudolph Ganz [of 

U. S.] op. 26, no. 1; piano, for the 

left hand. [90 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 

E 415333 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Caprtcttosa (La) ; tonadilla, letra de 
Raffles, musica de Luis Barta [of 
Spain] [91 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401744; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Capricieux valse (Whimsical waltz) ; 
by P. Treanton, jr. [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[92 
© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416553 ; Paul Treanton, jr., White- 
house, Cal. 

Caravan a. See Pequenas imprisiones. 

Carta (La). See Cangons. 

Cassad6 (Joaquin) Tres composi- 
ciones, de J. Cassado [of Spain] ; 
violoncello y piano. Contents: — 1. 
Serenata espanola. — 2. Lo fluviol, el 
titel y L'escarbat. — 3. Complanta. 

[93 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401735; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Centctenta. See Impresiones musi- 
cales. 

Chambers (Lena Wheeler) Three 
poetic etudes; by L. W. Chambers 
[of U. S.] ; piano, left hand. Con- 
tents : — Perplexity. — Yearning. — 
Stillness. [94 

© Jan. 4, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918; 
E 416636; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 



Change (A) ; words by Rebecca Sals- 
bury, music by Nate Salsbury [of 
U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs, no. 7) [95 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415112 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Chanson indoue (Song of India) ; by 
Rimsky-Korsakoff. arr. by Maud 
Powell [of U. S.l ; violin and piano. 

[96 
© Dec. 31, 19L7 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416589 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Chanson poetique; valse romantique 
de Clifton Worsley [of Spain] ; pi- 
ano. [97 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401684; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Chant sans paroles ; by Heniot Levy 

[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. [98 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 

E 418075; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 

Cheer for the soldiers ; words by 

W. H. Faris, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [99 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416685; 

W. H. Faris, Pittsburgh. 

Cheer up, France, we're on our way ; 
march song, words by Frank Smith, 
music by Arthur Lupton [of U. S.] 

[100 
© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415173 ; Smith & Lupton, Adding- 
ham, Pa. 

Child (A) of the snows ; words by 
G. K. Chesterton, musi? by Bryce- 
son Treharne [of Great Britain] ; 
high voice in E. [101 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401642 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Chon-chon ; letra y musica de Jnan 

Martinez Abades [of Spain] [102 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 

E 401699; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Chopin (Frederick Francois) etude; 
by F. Chopin, op. 25, no. 10; inter- 
preted by Oscar E. Schminke [of 
U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. [103 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416489; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 



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Chopin (Frederick Francois) — Con. 

Nove variazioni ; sul preludio XX 

di F. Chopin, arr. di Mario Tarenghi 
[of Italy], op. 68, per due pianoforti. 

[104 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401775; G. Ricordi & CO., 
Milan. 

Choral (The) music for a requiem 
celebration of the holy com- 
MUNION ; music by Wallace Good- 
rich [of U. S.] ; mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [105 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E. 415120; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Christ our King. See Christmas songs 
for primary children. 

Christians, awake; Christmas serv- 
ice, words by various authors, music 
from classical composers, arr. by 
C. Harold Lowden [of U. S.] [106 
© Oct. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416565; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Christmas Great-Heart ; cantata, 
words by Emily lugham Wilcox and 
the composer, music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] [107 

© Oct. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416568; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Christmas prayer. See Christmas 
songs for beginners, set two. 

Christmas songs for beginners ; set 
two, words by various authors, 
music by C. Harold Lowden [of 
U. S.] Contents: Stars twinkling 
clown. — Little lambs. — This merry 
Christmas clay. — Born to us one 
Christmas day. — Christmas prayer. 

[108 
© Nov. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416561; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Christmas songs for juniors ; set two, 
words by various authors, music by 
C. Harold Lowden [of U. S.] and 
others. 8vo. Contents: Lullaby. — 
The star and the song. — Hear the 
merry bells. [109 

© Nov. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416560; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Christmas songs for primary chil- 
dren ; set two, words by various 
authors, music by C. Harold Lowden 
and others [of U. S.] 8vo. Con- 
tents: With banners gay. — Wonder- 



Christmas songs for primary chil- 
dren — Continued. 

ful story. — Christ our King. — Sweet 
little stranger. [110 

© Nov. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416559; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Chromatic scales ; by W. B. Parkin- 
son [of U. S.] 4to. (In Parkinson's 
system of class instruction for all 
instruments) [111 

© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415318; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars, la. 

Chu Chin Chow ; selection, a musical 
tale of the east, by Frederic Norton, 
arr. by D. Savino [of U. S.] ; orch. 

[112 
© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 415206 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Cfiulerias ; schottisch, musica de J. 

Gordo [of Spain] ; piano. [113 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401738; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Clock (The) ; words by Rebecca Sals- 
bury, music by Nate Salsbury [of 
U. S.] (In Book of children's songs. 
no. 6) [114 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415111 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Color (El) de mis ojos ; cancion pasa- 
calle, letra de Antonio Graeiani, mu- 
sica di Manuel Font [of Spain] [115 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401727 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Columbia; words and melody by D. 

Wield McLean [of U. S.] [116 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 415302; 

David W. McLean, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Columbine. See Scenes de ballet. 

Come, Jesu, come; anthem for Ad- 
vent or general use, words from a 
hymn by Bishop Heber, music by 
John E. West [of Great Britain] ; 
boys or female voices and organ. 
(Novello's chorister series . . . 
no. 58) [117 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401653; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Come on back to Dixie land ; words 
by Jimmie Marten, music by Mitch 
Le Blanc [of U. S.] [118 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415096; Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Houston, Tex. 



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Come see my new home camp ; soldier 
song, words by Leonard Brink, mu- 
sic by L. Brink [of U. S.] [119 
© Dec. 19, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 416671 ; Leo Brink, Hoyleton, 111. 

Coming; words and music by R. L. 

Fletcher [of U. S.] [120 

© Dec. 20. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1918 ; E 416668 ; Robert L. Fletcher, 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Communion ; words by R. Heber, nm- 

s ! c by W. C. Ames [of U. S.] [121 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7. 

1918; E 416642; William C. Ames, 

Philadelphia. 
Como fue ; cancion, letra de E. Mon- 

tesinos, musica de A. Rincon (of 

Spain] ; voz y piano. [122 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401720; Union musical espanalo, 

Madrid. 
Complanta. See Tres composicione. 

Compound march ; [with instruction, 

by A. L. Neufeld of U. S.] ; flute or 

piccolo. [123 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 415219; U. S. school of music, 

New York. 
Concert study; no. 1 in G flat, by 

York Bowen [of Great Britain], op. 

9 no. 2; pianoforte. (Berners ed. 

no. 139) [124 

© Nov. 30, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 28, 

1917; E 401658; Joseph Williams, 

ltd., London. 
Conduttrice (La) ; versi e musica di 

F. Pennino [of U. S.] [125 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 418073; 

Francesco Pennino, Brooklyn. 

Coo-ee (Australian bush call) ; 

song and fox-trot, by Otto Motzan, 

arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 

4to. [126 

© Jan. 4, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 

E 416554; Karczag pub. co., inc., 

New York. 
Coquette (The) (Fiflenka) ; polka, 

arr. by Lou ! s Vitak [of U. S.] 4to. 

1, Band. 2. Orch. [127, 12S 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 

1918; E 415258, 415265; Georgi & 

Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Cradle song; (Wiegenlied) ; words by 
Thomas Bailey Aldrich, music by 
Walther Pfitzner [of U. S.], op. 5, 
no. 1. [129 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 191S ; 
E 416544; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 

' York. 



Cricket's (The) song of war; words 
by N. L. Sanford-Linton, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [130 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415385; 
Nellie L. Sanford-Linton, Hampton, 
Mass. 
Crisis (The) 1917; words and music 
by E. E. Higinbotham [of U. S.] 

[131 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416501; Elmer E. Higin- 
botham, Chicago. 
Crown Him ; words and music by J. L. 
Parks [of U. S.] [132 

© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1917 ; 
E 416605; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 
Crowning love; words and music by 
Jessica E. Straw T bridge [of U. S.] 

[133 
© Apr. 7, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1917 ; 
E 418033; Earl printing and pub. 
co., Oakland, Cal. 

Same. [134 

© May 17, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1918; E 418023; Jessica Elizabeth 
Strawbridge, Oakland, Cal. 

Cual los mazos del batan ; letra y 
musica de J. Martinez Abades [of 
Spain] [135 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401740; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Cuarto (El) de hora; letra de Edu- 
ardo Montesinos, musica del Jose 
Padilla [of Spain] [136 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1916 ; 
E 401708; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Cuatro (Las) razones; pasa-calle, 
letra de Antonio Graciani, musica 
del Manuel Font [of Spain] [137 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401728; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Cuckoo (The) ; words by Rebecca 
Salsbury. music by Nate Salsbnry 
[of U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs, no. 5) [138 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415110; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

D'invierno in Soffitta; bozzetto car- 
atteristico di Giovanni Bolzoni [of 
Italy] ; per qnintetto d'archi. (vio- 
lino, 1 e 2, viola cello e contrabasso) 
partitura ; partitura. 4to. [139 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401662; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



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Daddy dear ; from Follow the girl, 
words by Henry M. Blossom, music 
by Zoel Parenteau [of U. S.] [140 
© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415322; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Dammi pace o mio pensieeo; romaiiza 
senza parole, di Giovanni Bolzoni 
[of Italy]; quartetto d'archi ; par- 
titiura. [141 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401672; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Dance elegante; by E. E. Harder [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [142 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415134; 

Edwin E. Harder, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Dance of the Camp fire girls ; by 
J. M. Baldwin [of U. S.], op. 55; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[143 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418164; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Dance (The) of the raindrops; by 
Fannie P. Benedict [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [144 

© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 415066; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Danzas de satiros y ninfas. See 
Pequeiias impresiones musicales. 

Darling mother dear; words and 
music by D. A. Britten [of U. S.] 

[145 
© Nov. 10, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1917; E 416477; Deward Augustus 
Britten, Jackson, Mich. 

Day and night; words by Rebecca 
Salsbury, music by Nate Salsbury 
[of U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs, no. 9) [146 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415114; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Day dreams of you ; words and music 
by Harold B. Freeman [of U. S.] 
4to. [147 

© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 401661; Harold Freeman co., 
Providence, R. I. 

Dear heart I love you so; words by 
Garfield Kilgour, music by Albert 
Vete [of U. S.] ; medium voice. 

[148 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1918; E 415357; Artmusic inc., New 
York. 



Dear, keep cool, the country's sav- 
ing FUEL, I HAD TO COME HOME IN 

the dark; words and melody by C. 
R. McCarron [of U. S.] [149 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418009; 
Charles R. McCarron, New York. 

Dear Lenore, a love that endures 
through life through deatn 

AND THROUGH ETERNITY; WOl'dS and 

music by D. A. Britten [of U. S.} 

[150 
© Nov. 10, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1917; E 416476; Deward Augustus 
Brittin, Jackson, Mich. 

Dear Old Glory land ; words and mu- 
sic by Marcel! us [pseud, of J. J. Mc- 
Cabe, of U. S.] [151 

© Dec. 17, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416537; James J. McCabe, 
Brooklyn. 

Dearest (The) place; words by 
Claire Wallace Flynn, music by John 
Prindle Scott [of U. S.] [152 

© Jan. 7, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918; 
E 416629; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Deep hidden in my heart (In meinem 
herzchen) ; words by A. Golenist- 
scheff Kutusoff, English translation 
by Constance Purdy [of U. S.], Ger- 
man translation by G. Lowenthal, 
music by Anton Arensky, op. 44, no. 
6; low voice in D. [153 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415397 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
version] 

Democracy's love song; words and 
music by D. B. Alfred [pseud, of D. 
A. Blackman, of U. S.] [154 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 
E 41S15S ; Dwight A. Blackman, New 
York. 

Derelict (The) ; words by Warren 
Hastings, music by Herberte Jordan 
[of Great Britain] ; recitation with 
piano ace. (Musical monologues, 
no. 169) [155 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2. 1918; 
E 401632 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Devil's (The) pal; words and music 
by Clara Henry, Beth Henry and M. 
Hawthorne [of U. S.] [156 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 41S153; 
Matthew Le Roy Hawthorne, Ros- 
lyn, Wash. 



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Diadem; words by E. Perronet, music 
by Robert L. Fletcher [of U. S.] [157 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416666 ; Robert L. Fletcher, Wheel- 
ing W. Va. 

Dimans gavotte ; by Antonio Piche [of 
U. S.] ; piano, Boston, Evans music 
co. [158 

© Jan. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918 ; E 418163 ; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Divertissement on The carnival of 
Venice; by T. H. Rollinson [of U. 
S.] ; military band. 4to. (Concert 
edition, no. 278) [159 

© Dec. 31. 1 917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415394; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Dixie division: vords and music by 

A. C. Mitchell [of U. S.] [160 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 

E 416612; Albert Carlyle Mitchell, 

Macon, Ga. 

Dixie for the nation ; words by Mrs. 
S. C. Bellinger, music anon. 4to. 

[161 
© Dec. 13. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1918; E 415187; Mrs. S. C. Bellin- 
ger, Saint George, S. C. 

Do as the Romans do; humorous 
song, words by Graham Squires, 
music by Fred Cecil [of Great Bri- 
tain] [162 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401626 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Do it for me ; from Going up, by 
Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinknus [of U, S.] ; hotel orchestra 
in E flat. 4to. [163 

© Dec. 31. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415084 : M. Wltmark & sons. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Dolore e gtota montantna ; romanza 
senza parole, di Giovanni Bolzoni 
[of Italy], per quartetto d'archi ; 
partitura. 4to. [164 

v© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401668; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Dontzettt (Gaetano) Linda di Cha- 
mouni ; selection, by G. Donizetti, 
arr. by W. C. OTIare Tof U. S.l ; 
orch. (Conceit ed., no. 519) [165 
© Der. 31. 1917 : 2 c. Jan. 9. 1918 ; 
E 415396; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Conright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Don't forget the smoke; words and 
music by S. M. Spearin [of U. S.] 

[166 
© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415326; Saza M. Spearin, New 
York. 

Don't let a streak of yellow crop 
out in you; words by J. Collins, 
music by A. Stephens [of U. S.] 
Jersey City, N. J., Stephens & Col- 
lins. [167 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415205 ; Albert Stephens and Jean 
Collins, Jersey City. 

Don't lose your way; from Follow 
the girl, words by Henry M. Blos- 
som, music by Zoel Parenteau [of 
U. S.] [168 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415320; T. B. Harris & Francis. 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Down in Alabama ; words and music 

by G. Romilli [of U. S.] [169 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415067; Luckhardt & Belder, New 

York. 

Down in Maryland; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Ed. Cuthbertson 
[of Great Britain] [170 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401620; Charles Sheard & co.. 
London. 

Down our way ; a rural jazz, by 
Harry L. Watson [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [171 

© Dec. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415125; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, la. 

Dream (The) of Mary; text by John 
Jay Chapman, music by Horatio 
Parker [of U. S.] ; organ ace. 4to. 

[172 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 416619; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Dream's consolations ; or, The 
knights of the pillow, words by 
Lvda L. Schultz, music by Vincent 
Lee [of U. S.] 4to. [173 

© Nov. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415308 ; Lyda G. Schultz, Dorches- 
ter, Wis. 

Drifting; words by L. D. Clarke, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[174 
© 1 c. Jan. 10; 1918; E 416693; 
L. D. Clarke, Mt. Solo, Wash. 



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191 



Duerme nenina ; cancion de ambiente 
astnriauo, letra y musica de Juan 
Martinez Abodes, [of Spain] ; reei- 
tado con piano. [175 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401698; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Dvorak (Anton) waltz ; by A. Dvorak, 
op. 54, no. 4, arr. by Emanuel On- 
dficek [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[176 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 191.8 ; 
E 418133 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Dying (The) harper, David of the 
White Rock (Dafyddy Gareg wen) ; 
old Welsh folksong tr. into English 
by John Oxenford, music by K. 
Schindler [of U. S.] ; choral setting 
with harp ace. [177 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 416382; 
Kurt Schindler, New York. 

E CANTO QUELLO CHE MI DETTA L'ESTRO ; 

romanza senza parole, di Giovanni 
Bolzoni [of Italy], per quartetto 
d'archi. partitura. 4to. [178 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 401665 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Each stitch is a thought of you, 

dear ; words by Al. Sweet, music bv 

Billy Baskette [of U. S.] [179 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 416649 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Eagle (The) and the dove; a call to 
arms, words by Marian Longfellow, 
music by Theodora Cunningham [of 
U. S.] [180 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418008; 

Marian Longfellow, Washington. 

Easter carol; words by Christina 

Rossetti, music by Martin Shaw [of 

Great Britain] [181 

© Dec. 5, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; 
E 401650; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 
Easter victory; an Easter cantata, 
text by Nelson Hall, music ed. by 
Geo. F. Rosche [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., New York, N. Y., Geo. F. Rosche 
&co. [1918] 4to. [182 

© Jan. 3, 1918; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
16, 1918 ; A 491144 ; Geo. F. Rosche, 
Chicago. 
Ebben, ne andr6 lontana ; romanza, 
atto 1, La Wally, di A. Catalan!, 
[of Italy], riduzione per pianoforte 
solo. [18? 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 , 
E 401678 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



Echo (An) of long ago; words by 
E. M. Lockwood, music by Albert 
Jowett [of Great Britain] ; no. 1, 
low voice. [1S4 

© Dec. 12, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1918; E 401769; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Elegy in the form of a march; by 
Oscar E. Schminke [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan, obi. 8vo. [185 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 41648S; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Elsie's Christmas party ; cantata for 
small children, words by Eliza E. 
Hewitt, music by C. Harold Lowden 
[of U. S.] [1S6 

© Oct. 15, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416564; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

En el hogar. See Impresiones musi- 
cales. 

Enchanting (The) waltz; by Her- 
bert W. Lowe [of U„S.] ; orch. 4to. 
(Standard ed., no. 438) [187 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415395 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

English (An) dance; by Albert Mil- 
lard [of England] ; piano. [188 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 401758; Marriott & Williams, 
London. 

Etude. See Chopin (F. F.> 

Evans' original jazz band song; fox 
trot, words by Tony Catalnno, musie 
by Harold Sears [of U. S.] [1S9 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416670; Carlisle Evans, Rock 
Island, 111. 

Eveline; valse hesitation, by Henry 

Lodge [of U. S.] ; piano. [190 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 416517 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

Evening hymn ; words by John White, 
music by C. Reinecke, arr. adapta- 
tion and organ score by J. A. Parks 
[of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Compositions for male voices, no. 
795) [191 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 415313; J. A. Parks co., York, 
Neb. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement adaptation and organ 
score] 



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Eyes of youth ; words by Stanley 
. ... Murphy, music by Harry Tierney 

[of.U. S.] [192 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 416516; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

Faciateve chiamma; versi e musica 
di F. Pennino [of U. S.] ' [193 
© .1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 416656; 
: Francesco Pennino, Brooklyn. 

Fan song; from Flo Flo, words by 
Fred de Gresac and Edward Paul- 
con, music by Silvio Hein [of U. S.] 

[194 
© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416496; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Far o'er the sea ; words by D. Mc- 
Kinzie, music by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [195 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918;' E 418077; Daniel McKinzie, 
Odem, Tex. 

Farceue ; fox-trot, de Clifton Worsley 

[of Spain] ; piano. [196 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401704; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Farewell my Rosilee ; words by H. E. 

Jaynes, music by Harry P. Guy [of 

U. S.] [197 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415071; 

Howard Earl Jaynes, Detroit. 

Fascinator (The) (El fascinator) ; 
vals boston, por Jose Gordo [of 
Spain ] ; pianoforte. [198 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401731 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Father's watch ; words by Rebecca 
Salsbury, music by Nate Salsbury 
[of U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs, no. 1) [199 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415106; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Fatima ; words and music by A. L. 

Hamilton [of U. S.] [200 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 416491; 

Archie Lindsey Hamilton, Dayton, O. 

Femmena 'e nola; versi e musica di 
Francesco Pennino [of U. S.] ; man- 
dolino. [201 

© Dec. 15, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418125; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 



Fighting for the U. S. A. ; words and 
music by D. G. Van Arsdell [of U. 
S.] Chicago, National music co. 

[202 
© Dec. 4, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415301; D. Gould Van Arsdell, 
Riverside, 111. 

Final danza. See Suite en la, 

Finck (H. T.) One hundred songs; 
by ten masters, ed. by H. T. Finck 
[of U. S.] v. 1, 2, for high voice. 
Boston: O. Ditson company; New 
York. C. H. Ditson & co. [etc., 
1917] fol. [203 

© Nov. 5, 6, 1917; 2 c. each and 
aff. Jan. 4, 1918 ; A 490211, 490212 ; 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Fior di campo; poesia di Guido Pi- 
nelli, musico di Renato Brogi [of 
Italy] ; canto toscano. 1. Soprano 
o tenore. ed. no. 10692. 2. mezzo- 
soprano o baritone. Ed no. 10093. 

[204, 205 
© Dec. 6, 1917; 1 c. each Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401638;, 401639; A Forli- 
vese & co., Florence, Italy. 

Fishing; words by O. H. Davidge, 
music by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] 

[206 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416692; 

Owen H. Davidge, Alberta, Canada. 

Flag (The) of liberty; words by E. 

La Place, music arr. by Constan- 

tine Von Sternburg. [207 

© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1917; E 416506; 

Ernest La Place, Philadelphia. 

Flag (The) of the U. S. A., words 
and music by L. C. Gibson [of 
U. S.] Cleveland, John McClintock 
& co. [208 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1918; E 415174; Lawrence C. Gib- 
son, Pittsburgh. 

Flapper (The) and the k'nut; musi- 
cal dualogue, words by Clifford Grey, 
music by J. A. Lowe [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; male and female voices. [209 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401636; Reynolds & co., 
London. 

Fleeting moments; valse, by E. E. 

Harder [of U. S.] ; piano. [210 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415135; 

Erwln E. Harder, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Flor de te ; letra y musica de J. Mar- 
tinez Abades [of Spain] [211 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401747; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 



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Flo wee duet. See Puccini (Giacomo) 

Fly (The) song. See Bacon (Julie 
Stevens) Two questionable songs. 

For liberty; words by W. Nelson, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [212 

© 1 c Jan. 3, 1918; E 415149; 

Waldemar Nelson, Empire, Col. 

For right and Uncle Sam ; words by 

C. D. Eddy, music by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [213 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415380; 

C. D. Eddy, Waterloo, la. 

For the dear old U. S. A. ; words by 

Mrs. A. E. Ashley, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [214 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; E 415156 ; Mrs. 

Alva E. Ashley, South Sutton, N. H. 

Fox trot baby; by M. M. Sturm [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [215 

© 1 c Jan. 7, 1918; E 418071; 
Morris M. Sturm, New York. . 

Fragrant blossoms ; by J. M. Baldwin 
[of U. S.I op. 49; piano. Boston, 
Evans music co. [216 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418160; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Francesco da Rimini; di R. Zan- 
donai, due trascrizioni, dalla grande 
fantasia per orchestra, di Emile 
Tavan [of France] ; pianoforte. 1. 
Prima trascrizione. 2. Seconda 
trascrizione. [217, 218 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. each Dec. 
31, 1917; E 401680, 401681; G. 
Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Frases hist6rtcas ; letra de Antonio 
Gracciani, musica de Felipe Ore.ion 
[of Spain] [219 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401743; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 

FREIHEIT TJND SHOLEM OLE DER WELT 

(Liberty and peace of the world) ; 
from The value of a mother, words 
by Solomon Small (Schmulewitz), 
music by Joseph Brody [of U. S.j 

[220 
© Nov. 15, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 8, 
1917; E 415335; A. Teres, New 
York. 

Frog went a-courting ; words coll. by 
Loraine Wyman, music by Howard 
Brockway [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices, piano ace. 4to. [221 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918; 
E 416623; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 



Furs and frills ; from Furs and frills, 
by Silvio Hein [of U. S.] ; vocal 
orchestration in G. 4to. [222 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415085 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Gachi (La) del bastonero; letra de 

E. Montesinos, musica de A. Rincon 
[of Spain] [223 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401721; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Gallants march and song ; words by 
C. Henry, music by M. B. de Marion 
[of U. S.] [224 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416482; De Marion music 
co., New York. 

Game (The) of love; words by Der- 
mot Darby, music by Robert Casa 
[pseud, of Robert Casadesus, of 
France, domiciled at New York] 

[225 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415374 
Robert Casadesus, New York. 

General Pershing's march; by W 
C. McCul lough [of U. S.] ; instru 
mental piece. [226 

© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1917; E 418010 
Walter C. McCullough, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Gentilina, gentilina tanto ; romanza 
senza parole, di Giovanni Bolzoni 
[of Italy] ; quartetto d'archi ; par- 
titura. 4to. [227 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401675: G. Ricordi & Co., 
Milan. 

Gentillesse; valse-serenade de Clif- 
ton Worsley [of Spain] ; piano. [228 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401683; Union musical espailola, 
Madrid. 

Gere (Florence Parr) Scherzo; by 

F. P. Gere [of U. S.] ; piano. [229 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415068 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

Gift. See Love in a cottage. 

CriFT (A) of love; Christmas service; 
words by Edith Sanford Tillotson, 
music by C. Harold Lowden [of 
U. S.] [230 

© Oct. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416563; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 



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Girl (The) at the station. See Two 
1 (The) good-byes. 

Girl ( The ) behind the bar ; humor- 
ous patter song, words and music by 
Archie Naish [of Great Britain] 

[231 
• © Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401622 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Give 'em a rousing cheer; words by 
Mary E. K. Plummer, music by J. H. 
Plummer [of Great Britain] [232 
© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 401763 ; J. Humphrey Plummer, 
Southport, England. 

Give me a little smile; words and 
music by E. Fortunato [of U. S.] 

[233 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 415217; Eugenio Fortunato, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Glorious things of Thee are spoken ; 

words by John Newton, music by 

William Pierson Merrill [of U. S.] ; 

mixed voices, piano ace. 4to. [234 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 

E 416620 ; H. W. Gray co., New 

York. 
Glory (The) men; words by F. W. Z. 

Barrett [of U. S.], set to tune 

Marching through Georgia. [235 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 415195; Frank W. Z. Barrett, 

Philadelphia. 

Gnossiene no. 1; by Erik Satie, ed. 
by George Copeland [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [236 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14. 
1918; E 418139; Charles W. Ho- 
mey er & co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing and notes] 

God be in my mind; words from Sa- 
rum-primer 1558, music by A. Buzzi 
Peccia [of U. S.] ; chorus for mixed 
voices. (Octavo sacred music, no. 
294) [237 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415061; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

God save America ; words by S. H. 

Borofsky, music by Chas. F. Finkel- 

stein [of U. S.] [238 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 416552; 

Samuel H. Borofsky, Boston. 

God save our Presujent; words and 
music by V. C. McManis [of U. S.] 

[239 
© July 16, 1917; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1917 ; E 416508 ; Viola C. Snider Mc- 
Manis, Masters, Col. 



God's day ; words and music by J. P. 
Scholfield [of U. S.] [240 

© July 15. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416583: Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Golondrina de mi alero; letra de 
Eduardo Monteslnos, musica de Jose 
Padilla [of Spain] [241 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401714 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Good bye blue eyes ; words by L. 

Kauftman, music by Chas. R. Weills 

[of U. S.] [242 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415354; 

Louis Kauffman, York, Pa. 

Good-bye boys, so long; words by 
H. C. Dorsey, music by B. J. 
Wrightsman [of U. S.] [243 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418173; Harry C. Dorsey, 
Washington. 

Good bye dear old U. S. A. let me 
dream of you each night; march 
song, words by H. Clayton, music by 
Harry Van [of Netherlands, domi- 
ciled at Kansas City] [244 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415376; 
Harry Clayton, Chicago. 

Good-bye my honey I'm gone; words 
and music by James Reese Europe, 
Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake fof 
U. S.l [245 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416654; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Good-bye old man; musical mono- 
logue, words by Mrs. Albert S. Brad- 
shaw, music by Frederic Dale [of 
Great Britain] ; recitation with 
piano ace. [246 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401631; Reynolds & co., London. 

Good (A) man is hard to find; 

words and music by E. Green [of 

U. S.] [247 

© 1 c. Dec. 28. 1917; E 416634; 

Edward Green, Chicago. 

Goya; comic opera in one act, words 
by J. Redondo Menduina, music by 
J. Taboada Steger [of Spain] [248 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
D 19816; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 



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Grand (The) old army Wilson 
sends to France ; words by P. 
Reynolds, music by C. R. Wenzel 
[of U. S.] [249 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 416530; Charles Rudolph Wenzel 
& Percy W. Reynolds, New York. 

Gband operatic selection Wag- 
nerian ; by T. B. Boyer [of U. S.l ; 
band. 4to. [250 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E. 415129; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, la. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Grandfather [and] happy dance; by 

E. E. Harder [of U. S.] ; song and 

piano. [251 

T© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415136; 

Erwin E. Harder, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Greet each new day with a smile; 
words and music by M. Cann [of 
U. S.], arr. by Eugene Platzmann 
[of U. S.] [252 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 415346; 
Mabel Cann, Mt. Vernon, Wash. 

Grief (The) (Zal) ; polka, arr. by 
A. Grill [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band. 
2. Orch. [253, 254 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. each Jan. 
7, 1918; E 415259, 415266; Georgi 
& Vitak music co., Chicago. 



arr. by Louis Vitak [of U. 

S.] ; piano. [255 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415280 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 

Gruppetto (The) ; [with instruction, 
by A. L. Neufeld, of U. S.] ; flute 
and piccolo. [256 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415220; U. S. school of music, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on example no. 1 and instructions.] 

Guess I'm falling in love ; from The 
high cost of loving; words by Jesse 
G. M. Glick, music by Fred R. Hoff 
[of U. S.] [257 

© Dec. 11, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
1917; E 418067; William Jerome 
music pub., New York. 

Had the old Noah's ark got 
wrecked; a nautical ballad, words 
by F. Raymond Coulson, music by 
Leslie Harris. [25S 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401623; Reynolds & co., London. 



Handel (George Friedrich) ; Unto 
us a child is born; Christmas an- 
them, words from the Bible, open- 
ing theme by G. Handel, music by 
Chas. H. Maskell [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [259 

© Nov. 10, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416562; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 



Hail Columbia. 
dies. 



See National melo- 



Happy dance. See Grandfather [and] 
Happy dance. 

Happy days of yore; words and 
music by E. M. Gilbert [of U. S.l 

[260 

© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415054; E. M. Gilbert, Ripon, Wis. 

Hark at me; words and music by 

Jack Foley [of Great Britain] [261 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401612; Charles Sheard & co.. 

London. 

Hark, hark my soul; anthem, music 
by Edward Keith Macrum [of U. 
S.] ; chorus for mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [262 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415058 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New- 
York. 

Harlequinade. See Scenes de ballet. 

Hats off to the Red, White and 
Blue ; march song, words by Chester 
R. Hovey, music by R. F. Beegan [of 
U. S.] [263 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415377; 
Ralph F. Beegan, Los Angeles. 

Hats off to U. S. A. ; words by H. E. 
Jaynes, music by Henry Kailimai 
[of U. S.] [264 

© Jan. 3, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415292 ; Howard Earl Jaynes, De- 
troit. 

He holds my hand ; words and music 
by I. E. Reynolds [of U. S.] [205 
© July 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416582; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

He included me; words by James 
Rowe, music by Albert C. Fisher Tof 
U. S.] [266 

© Jan. 1, 191S ; 2 c. Dec. 19. 1917 ; 
E 416607; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 



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He shall give His angels charge; 
words from Psalm 91, music by John 
Prindle Scott [of U. S.] ; high voice. 

[267 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 415200; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

He will make the flowers bloom. 
See Behold the morning. 

Head of the nation ; march overture 
by The boys (Sisk & James) [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [268 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415048; Sisk & James, Cherokee, 
la. 

Hear the merry bells. See Christ- 
mas songs for juniors, set two. 

Heavenly thoughts ; reverie, by C. C. 
Crammond [of U. S.] op. 101; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[269 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1918; 
E 418166 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Help others to sing glory; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel [of U. S.] [270 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416556; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Her regiment;, selection, by Victor 

Herbert [of U. S.] ; piano. [271 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1917; E 416499; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Here's tae the Kilties; words by 
Pte. John W. Thompson, music by 
A. L. McNeill [of Canada] [272 

© Dec. 12, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 
1917; E 401640; Amelie Lane Mc- 
Neill, Vancouver, B. C. 
Here's to the land of Uncle Sam; 
words by George P. Jordan, music 
. by R. S. Browne [of U. S.] [273 
© Dec. 11, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1917; E 416510; Modern music co., 
Bloomington, 111. 
Here they come, left, right, left, 
right; words and music by S. E. 
Simpson [of U. S.] Cleveland, Ar- 
row pub. co. [274 
© Dec. 5, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415306; Sadie Estelle Simpson, 
The Weirs, N. H. 
Heritage; words by James Mudge, 
music by W. F. Gibson [of U. S.l 

[275 
© May 4, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1918; 
E 415123; William Francis Gibson, 
Maiden, Mass. 



Hill (The) by the sea; words by 
Herbert J. Brandon, music by Olive 
Turner [of Great Britain] ; no. 1 
in E flat. [276 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 401773; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Hob y deri dando; part-song, words 
from the old Welsh, English words 
by Walter Maynard, music arr. by 
I. W. Prosser [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [277 

© Jan. 4, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918; 
E 416635 ; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 

Home (The) of liberty (Cariwyd y 
dydd) ; old Welsh fighting song, 
trans, into English by Walter May- 
nard, setting by K. Schindler [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices. [278 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 416383; 
Kurt Schindler, New York. 

Home sweet home. See National 
melodies. 

Honey mine; words and music by 
Helen Howarth Lemmel [of U. S.] 

[279 
© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 416542; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

Honeymoon land; from Toot, toot, 
lyric by Berton Braley, music by 
Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [280 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 415366; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Honor bright; words by Joe McCar- 
thy, music by Fred Fisher [of U. S.] 

[281 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415294; 

McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New York. 

Honor's call; part-song, words and 
music by John W. Metcalf [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. (8vo. series, no. 424) 

[282 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 

E 415390; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Hope of the nations ; Christmas serv- 
ice, words and music by various 
authors [of U. S.] [283 

© Oct. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416566; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 



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300 



How cruel love can be; duet from 
We should worry, words by Henry 
Blossom, music by A. Baldwin 
Sloane [of U. S.] [284 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415091: M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

How no they no it; jazz one-step, by 
Joe and Jim Urbanek, arr. by Harry 
L. A 1 ford [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[285 
© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415329: Urbanek bros., Chicago. 

How 1 love a soi.diei; boy : words and 
music by F. Watters [of U. S.j 

[286 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415363; Fay Watters, San An- 
tonio. 

Humanity ; words and music by I. D. 

Taylor [of U. S.] [287 

© 1 c. Oct. 20, 1917; E 418176; 

Ina Delia Taylor, South Orange, 

X. J. 

Hurrah for the Red, White and 

Blue; words and music by O. E. 

Howard [of U. S.] [288 

© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415053 ; O. E. Howard, Chicago. 

Hushed and still the evening hour; 
words by Heinrich Christian Lud- 
wig Senfl. English text by Helen A. 
Dickinson, music by H. G. Nageli, 
arr. by Clarence Dickinson [of U. 
S.] ; sop. solo and cho., with organ 
ace. 4to. (Sacred choruses, no. 
73 ) [289 

© Jan. 2, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918; 
E 418062 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

I AM GOING TO THE WAR, DARLING SUE ; 

words by Billy Clarion Rover 
[pseud. of J. W. McCance, of U. S.] 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[290 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415383; 
James W. McCance, Gloster, O. 

I AM LOST WITHOUT THE LOVEL1GHT 

from your eyes ; words and music 
by Amy Ashmore Clark [of U. S.] 

[291 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418136; Echo music pub. 
co., New York. 

I AM RETURNING TO YOU, SWEETHEART ; 

words by F. H. Gordon, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[292 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416682; 
Frank H. Gordon, New York. 



I'D GIVE THE WORLD FOR A SMILE FROM 

you; waltz song, words by H. Clay- 
ton, music by Harry Van [of Neth- 
erlands, domic: led at Kansas City] 

[293 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415375: 
Harry Clayton, Chicago. 

I don't know what you see in me; 
from Flo Flo, words by Fred de 
Gresac and Edward Paulton, music 
by Silvio Hein [of U. S.] [294 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2. 
1918: E 416498; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I FOUND THE WAY TO HAPPINESS WHEN 
I FOUND THE WAY TO YOU; WOl'dS 

and arr. by Leo Turner [of U. S.]. 
music by J. Karp [of U. S.] [295 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415361; 
James Karp, New York. 

I hate to lose you; words by Grant 
Clarke, music by Archie Gottler [of 
U. S.] [296 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918: 
E 416609; Waterson Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

I knew her when — ; words and mu- 
sic by Pot Pfeiffer [pseud, of C. A. 
Pfeiffer, of U. S.] [297 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415207; C. Arthur Pfeiffer, 
Quincy, 111. 

I'll come back to you when it's all 
over ; one or two step, by Kerry 
Mills, arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] 
orch. 4to. [298 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16. 
1918; E 418157; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

I'll die like a true American ; 
words and music by T. C. McCauley 
[of U. S.] Providence, R. I., East- 
ern music co. [299 
© Dec. 28. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10. 
1918; E 416651; Thomas C. Mc- 
Cauley, New Bedford, Mass. 

I'll never turn back no more; words 
from Church hymns, music by R.' 
Nathaniel Dett [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [300 

© Jan. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416614; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



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I'll think of you; from The rainbow 
girl, music by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vo- 
cal orchestration in G. 4to. [301 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415073; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

I LONG TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN ; WOrdS 

and music by John Allen Cooke [of 
XL S.] [302 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415349; 
Cooke & Malool, Newark N. J. 

I LOVE YOU, LOVE YOU, LOVE YOU *, WOrdS 

bv G. E. Mann, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [303 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416679; 
Geo. E. Mann, Juneau, Alaska. 

I loves to dream ob Dixie ; words by 
F. McGuire, music by Luther A. 
Clarke [of U. S.] [304 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418081; F. McGuire, Re- 
gina, Canada. 

I'm coming; (Uz jdu valcfk) ; waltz, 
arr. by A. Grill [of U. S.l 4to. 
1. Band. 2. Orch. [305, 306 

© Dec. 29. 1917; 2 c. each Jan. 
7, 1918 ; E 415263, 415270 ; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

I'm going to join the army; marcia, 

words by W. A. Flynn, music by Geo. 

F. Olcott [of U. S.] [307 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 416571; 

William A. Flynn, Pittsburgh. 

I'm in love with a daughter or Dixie ; 
America's Tipperary, words find mu- 
sic by Nell Madigan [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, May music publishers. [308 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415049 ; Mahoney & Madigan, Chi- 
cago. 

I'm longing for the girl I love in 
dear old U. S. A. ; words and music 
toy F. Hovington and F. M. Gilies- 
ipie [of U. S.] [309 

© 1 c. Jan, 3, 1918; E 415148; 
Fred Hovington and Frank M. Gil- 
lespie, Philadelphia. 

I'm waiting for that moon to shine 
-aoatn ; words and music by T. H. 
■Harrington [of U. S.], arr. byGeorere 
/A. Cragg [of U. S.] [310 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1918; E 41S129; 
Thomas H. Barrington, New York. 



I'm 94 to-day; humorous song, words 
and music by Archie Naish [of 
Great Britain] [311 

. © Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401621; Reynolds & co., 
London. 

I picked a rose in the garden of love ; 
when you gave your heart to me,' 
words and music by Anita Owen 
[of U. S.] [312 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416608; Waterson Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

I've been ftddle-ing; words by Gus 

Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne 

and Tony Jackson [of U. S.] [313 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 416513 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

I've the lovin'es' love for you; 
words and music by James Reese 
Europe, Noble Sissle, and Eubie 
Blake [of U. S.] [314 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918 ; E 416652 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

I WANT A BOY WHO'S DETERMINED TO DO 

what I say; from musical play Go- 
in up, lyrics by Otto Harbach, 
music by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.l 

[315 
© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415090 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

I WANT MY GIRL TO BE A RED CROSS 

girl ; words by H. R. Johnson, music 
by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [316 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 191S; E 416676; 
Harry R. Johnson, San Antonio. 

I WANT TO BE A HERO SAME AS DAD; 

words by T. J. Reynolds and M. W. 
Reimer, music by M. W. Reimer \ot 
U. S.] [317 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415170; M. W. Reimer, Philadel- 
phia. 

I WANT TO BE LOVED THAT GOODY, GOODY 

way ; words and music by A. Chaus- 

sier [of U. S.] [318 

© 1 c. Nov. 26, 1917; E 41S012; 

Armstead Chaussier, New Orleans. 

I WENT IN SEARCH OF BEAUTY; WOrdS 

by Robert Loveman, music Christine 
Nordstrom Carter, [pseud of Charles 
Kunkel, of U. S.] [319 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415102; Kunkel brothers music 
co., St. Louis. 



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335 



Idyl (An) ; words by Rose De Vaux 
Rover, music by Florence Turner 
Maley [of U. S.] ; high voice. [320 
© Jan. 7. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416627: Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

If; from Toot, toot, lyric by Berton 
Braley, music by Jerome Kern [of 
U. S.] [321 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 415364; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

If flowers could speak. See Schir- 
mer's compendium no. 13C. 

IF I COULD BE BORN AGAIN, I'D BE A 

soldier boy; words and music by 
C. E. Fucignas [of U. S.], arr. by 
Tarns pub. co. [of U. S.] [322 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 418171; 
Cornelia E. Fucignas, Brooklyn. 

If you hadn't answered no; from 
Words and music, words by Bert 
Kalmar & Edgar Leslie, music by 
Harry Ruby of U. S.] [323 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415099; Kalmar, Puck & Abra- 
hams cons. inc. music pub., New 
York. 

If you look in her eyes ; from Going 
up, by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; hotel or- 
chestra in A flat, 4to. [324 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415083 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement.] 

If you've got nothing on to-night; 
words and music by Jack Foley [of 
Great Britain] [325 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401618; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

If you would only be mine; words 
and music by Robert Muchley and 
Tzz Friedberg [of U. S.]. Phila- 
delphia, Adelphia music pub. [326 
© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415186; Muchley & Friedberg, 
Philadelphia. 

Ilusion y esperanza ; letra y milsica 
de Juan Martinez Abades [of Spain] 

[327 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401695; Union musical espaiiola, 
Madrid. 



Impresiones musicales (Cuentos in- 
fantiles) ; par Oscar Esplfi [of 
Spain], op. 2; piano. Contents. — 
En el hogar. — Barba azrel. — Caperu- 
eita roja. — Cenisienta. — Antaiio. 

[328 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401712 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

In a Spanish garden. See Moszkow- 
ski (Moritz). 

In Flander's fields; words by John 

MacRae, music by M. J. Loudon 

[of U. S.] [329 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 415398; 

M. Jennette Loudon, Chicago. 

In Minnesota ; words by Earl Buell, 
music by M. Tracey and A. Ward 
[of U. S.] [330 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 416639; 
Arthur Roy Ward & McKee Tracey, 
Minneapolis. 

In old Portugal ; waltz, by K. L. King 

[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [331 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415124; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, la. 

In Spain ; from Flo Flo, words by 
Fred de Gresac and Edward Paul- 
ton, music by Silvio Hein [of U. S.] 

[332 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1918; E 416497; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

In the country. See Love in a cot- 
tage. 

In the end of the Sabbath ; words 
from St. Matthew 28 : 1-9 and Reve- 
lation 1:18, music by Arthur B. 
Targett [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 
459) [333 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418123; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

In the garden of dreams ; words and 
music by A. Laycock [of U. S.]. arr. 
by N. L. Ridderhof. Los Angeles, 
Pacific coast song pub. co. [334 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1917; E 418120; Arrowsmith Lay* 
cock, Los Angeles. 

In the land o' Yamo Yamo (Funiculi, 
funiculi, funicula) ; words by Joe 
McCarthy, music by Fred Fisher [of 
U. S.] [335 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415296; McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 



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In the spotlight; waltz, by Henry 
Lodge and Nick Nichols [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [336 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416512 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

In the uniform of Uncle Sam ; words 
and music by H. T. Schultze [of 
U. S.] [337 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415169; Herbert T. Schultze, Phil- 
adelphia. 

In thee, money ; march and two-step 

by E. E. Madden [of England] ; 

piano. [338 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1918; E 401765; 

E. E. Madden, Riske Creek, B. C. 

Inspirations ; a suite for piano, by 
Eustasio Rosales [of U. S.] fol. 
Contents : Bolero, — Novellette, — Pas- 
torale. [339 
© Feb. 7, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
aff. Jan. 2, 1918; A 480932; Frank- 
lin E. Hathaway, Chicago. 

Intermedio. See Suite en la. 

Introduction and toccata in C ; by 
E. Markham Lee [of Great Britain] ; 
pianoforte, continental fingering, 
grade 5, book 6. [340 

© Dec. 12. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1918; E 401768; Incorporated so- 
ciety of musicians, London. 

Invictus ; part-song, words by Wil- 
liam Ernest Henley, music by Bruno 
Huhn, arr. by Paul Ambrose [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voiess. (Octavo 
series, no. J 75) [341 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415389; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Invocation; tango Argentino, de Jose 

Sentis [of Spain] ; piano. [342 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401752 ; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Irish (An) song; words and music 
by P. A. Kennedy [of U. S.] [343 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416657; 
Paul Alfred Kennedy, Brooklyn. 

Isle (The) of lost romance; by Leo 
Edwards, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; hotel orchestra, in F. 
4to. [344 

© Dec. 31. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
B 415088 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



Isn't it lonesome when you'r far 

away from home ; words and music 

by Harry Heine [of U. S.] [345 

© 1 c. Dec. 24, 1917; E 415133; 

Harry Heine, New York. 

It is all in getting used to it ; words 
and music by C. Madsen [of U. S.], 
arr. by Burrell Van Buren [of 
U. S.] [346 

© 1 c. Dec. 24, 1917; E 415336; 
Charles Madsen, Chicago. 

It's a mighty good world after all; 
words anon., music by F. A. Eckart 
[of U. S.] ; sop. or tenor. [347 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415050; Frank Eckart, Oak 
Park, 111. 

It's all right, if you love one an- 
other BUT IT'S ALL WRONG IF YOU 

don't ; words by Edgar Leslie, music 
by Harry Ruby [of U. S.] [348 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418124; Kalmar Puck & 
Abrahams cons. inc.. New York. 

It's easy to lie to your husband; 
from Furs and frills, by Silvio Hein 
Lot* U. S.] ; arr. for vocal orchestra- 
tion in F. 4to. [349 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415086 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

It's not what you've done to me, O 
Germany, but what you've done 
to the good old U. S. A. ; words by 
Jas. S. Thompson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [350 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416691; 
T. S. Thompson, Weldon, N. C. 

It's summer all the time in Hono- 
lulu ; words by A. L. Kramer, music 
by R. P. Paul [of U. S.] Dayton. 
O., Paul & Kramer music co. [351 
© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1917 ; 
E 415369; Alvin Louis Kramer & 
Raymond P. Paul, Dayton, O. 

It's the good little things that we 

do; words by Joe McCarthy, music 

by Fred Fisher [of U. S.] [352 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415293: 

McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New York. 

It took the sunshine of old Dixie- 
land TO MAKE YOU A WONDERFUL 

girl; words and music by Al. J. 
Palmer and Joe McCarthy [of U. S.] 

[353 
© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1917; E 416519: Will Rossiter. Chi- 
cago. 



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372 



J'ai tant souffert ; roraanza senza 
parole, di Giovanni Bolzoni [of 
Italy] ; quartetto d'archi, partitura. 

[354 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dee. 31, 
1917; E 401673; G. Ricordi & CO., 
Milan. 

Jack Frost's arrival; inarch, by Karl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.], op. 163; 
piano. [355 

© Dec. 22. 1917 ; 2 c. .Ian. 2, 1918; 
E 416523; Shattinger piano & music 
co., St. Louis. 

Jack o'lantern ; selection, by Ivan 
Gary 11, arr. by S. Deshon [of U. S.] ; 
arch. [356 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
B 416645; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Jazzin' around ; one-step, by Earl Ful- 
ler, arr. Win. Schulz [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [357 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918 ; E 416646 ; Leo Feist, inc., New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Jazzin' the cotton town blues ; by 
Harry Olsen, arr. by Geo. J. Trin- 
kaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orchestration 
in F and B flat. 4to. [358 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415082 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Je§te ja se podivam ; pochod, by J. 
Cormak, arr. by Louis Vitak [of 
U. S.] ; piano and song. [359 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415279; Georgi & Yitak music co., 
Chicago. 

Joash ; a cantata, libretto by Lizzie 
De Armond, music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel [of U. S.] ; chorus and singing 
societies. 4to. [360 

© Jan. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1918 ; 
E 418130; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Jolly boys rondo; by Sandy Engelke 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays of sun- 
shine, no. 5) [361 
© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415179; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Jolly rovers ; hornpipe, by Sandy En- 
gelke [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays of 
sunsh:ne, no. 7) [362 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415181; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 



Joplin (The) fox trot; words and 
music by M. L. Vaughan [of U. S.] 
New York, Edw. L. Ballenger mu- 
sic pub. co. [363 
© Nov. 23, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1918 ; E 416548 ; Mamie L. Vaughan, 
Los Angeles. 

Joshua Brown ; words and melody 

by E. Saunders Cameron [of U. S.] ; 

violin introduction. [364 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 418061; 

Bstelle Cameron, Johnstown, Pa. 

Josie's sweetheart ; words and mu- 
sic by C. Johnson [of U. S.] [365 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415345; 
Cary Johnson, Joplin, Mo. 

Junto a la reja ; serenata andaluza, 
de J. R. Gomis [of Spain] ; piano. 

[366 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401746; Union musical es- 
panola. Madrid. 

Just a baby's prayer at twilight ; 
words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe 
Younc:, music by M. K. Jerome [of 
U. S.] [367 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416610; Waterson Berlin & Sny- 
der co.. New York. 

Just another kiss ; words by Theo- 
dore Welby Caulfield, music by 
Harry C. Rhoades [of U. S.] New 
York, Triangle music pub. co. [368 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416637: Harry Anthony Boger, 
Brooklyn. 

Just fight for Uncle Sam, boys, 
don't let your rifles rust; words 
by Mrs. J. P. Back, music by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] [369 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415379; 
Mrs. J. P. Back, Minneapolis. 

Kaiser (The) and his goat; words 
by John W. Russell, music by Hugo 
Herzer [of U. S.] [370 

© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415307; Herzer pub. co., San 
Francisco. 

Kaiser Bill; words and music by G. 

M. Barton [of U. S.] [371 

© Nov. 21, 1917; 2 c. Nov. 28, 

1917; E 415140; Gale M. Barton, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Kaiser Bill — world's assassin; 

words and melody by H. F. Spauld- 

ing [of U. S.] [372 

© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1917 ; E 415337 ; H. 

F. Spaulding, Sioux Falls, S. D. 



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KlLLAENEY FAR OVER THE SEA; WOrdS 

by W. D. Spearman, music by E. S. 
K. Huntington [of U. S.] [373 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416678; 
Wm. D. Spearman, New York. 

Knocking the k out of the Kaiser ; 

words by P. T. Lindsey, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [374 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415147; 

Phillips T. Lindsey, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Kreutzer mazinka caprice; by W. 
Heine [of Austria, domiciled at San 
Bernardino] ; violin. [375 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 416632; 
William Heine, San Bernardino, 
Cal. 

Keiegers abschied vom liebchen ; 
words by Emma Bromm, music by 
J. Wambsganss [of U. S.] ; miienner- 
chor mit bariton solo. 4to. [376 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416669; John Wambsganss, Long- 
Island City, N. Y. 

Lad (The) in the khaki; words by 
W. Frederic Fadner, music by H. L. 
Sorensen [of U. S.] [377 

© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1917 ; 
E 416525: Henry Ludwig Sorensen, 
Neenah, Wis. 

Laddie (A) in France is dreaming, 
little girlie, of you; words by E. 
McGrath, music by Will E. Dulmnge 
[of U. S.] ; in B flat. [378 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 418084; Eddie McGrath pub. co., 
Detroit. 

Laetentur coeli ; offertorium, words 
from the Scriptures, music by O. 
Deis [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. [379 

© Nov. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 416532; Oscar Deis, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on the music] 

Land (The) of hearts' desire; words 
by W. B. Yeats, music by Martin 
Shaw [of Great Britain] [3S0 

© Dec. 5, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; 
E 401649; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Launch out into the deep; words 

and music by Mrs. C. H. Morris [of 

U. S.] [381 

© June 1. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 

E 416617 ; J. M. Harris, Miami, Fla. 



Lead kindly light ; words by John 
Henry Newman, music by Mark An- 
drews [of U. S.] [382 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415122; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Leaves (The) of a rose that you 
gave me; words and music by F. O. 
Peabody [of U. S.] [383 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415056; F. O. Peabody, Columbia- 
ville, Mich. 

Let's be merry ; schottische, by Sandy 
Engelke [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays 
of sunshine, no. 8) [384 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415182 ; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Letabundus; by Gottfried H. Feder- 
lein [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 32mo. 

[385 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917 ; E 416486 ; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Letters (The) in your Uncle Sam- 
my's name; words by M. F. Childs, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [386 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415154; 
Mary F. Childs, New York. 

Liberty; words by Genevieve Bower, 
music by R. Libby [of U. S.] [387 
© Dec. 29, 1917: 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418175; Ruth Libby, Ana- 
conda, Mont. 

Lichner (Heinrich) Rondo II; by 
' H. Lichner, op. 1S2, no. 2, ed. by 
Harrison E. Ruhe [of U. S.] ; piano, 
four hands. [388 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415191; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Ronda III; by H. Lichner, op. 

182, ed. by Harrison E. Ruhe [of 
U. S.] ; piano, four hands. [3S9 
© Dec. 13, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 
E 415190; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Lift your glad voices; Easter an- 
them, words in part by M. A. Simp- 
son, music by W. C. Williams [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 

[390 
© Jan. 7, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415309; M. A. Simpson, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 

Linda di Chamouni. See Donizetti 
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407 



Little Boy Blue waltz; by Sandy 
Engelke [of U. S.] ; piano. (Kays 
of sunshine, no. 2) [391 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415176; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little colleen, no you believe in 
fairies ; by Clarence Gaskill [of 
U. S.] ; hotel orchestra. 4to. [392 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2. 1918 ; 
E 4150S7; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangament] 

Little (A) farm in Normandy; from 
Her regiment, words by Wm. Le 
Baron, music by Victor Herbert Tof 
U. S.] [393 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 41G494; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Little (The) ghosts; words by 
Thomas S. Jones, jr., music by F. 
Morris Class [of U. S.] [394 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416543; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc., 
New York. 

Little (The) good for nothing's 
good for something after all; 
words by Lou Klein, music by H. 
Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [395 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 416672; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Little house. See Love in a cottage. 

Little lambs. See Christmas songs 
for beginners, set two. 

Little Mary waltz ; by C. Thackeray 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Chicago, Na- 
tional music co. [396 
© Feb. 5, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1917 ; E 418072 ; Charles Thackeray, 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Liza- Jane; words and music by 

Creamer & Lay ton [of U. S.] [397 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 416478; 

Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Lo Fluviol. See Tres composiciones. 

Lord (The) is my light; anthem, 
words from Psalm XXVII, music 
by S. J. Riegel [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [398 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415188; Samuel J. Riegel, Phila- 
delphia. 



Lord (The) is my Shepherd (Der 
Herr ist mein Hirte) ; words from 
the Psalms, music by John A. Klein 
[of U. S.] ; chorus for mixed voices 
and organ. (Octavo sacred music, 
no. 295) [399 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415060] ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

Lord (The) is my strength; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by Al- 
fred Wooler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Svo. series, no. 1242) [400 
© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415391; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Lord make us strong; words by W. 
C. Poole, music by C. Harold Low- 
den [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. 

[401 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416569; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Louisiana Hannah ; words by L. W. 

Babb, melody by Nina Moon [of 

U. S.] [402 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415351; 

Lon W. Babb, Wilmington, O. 

Louka zelena; valcik, arr. by Louis 

Vitak [of U. S.] [403 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415277 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 

Chicago. 

Love can't you hear my heart a- 
calltng; words by Dermont Darby, 
music by Robert Casa [of France, 
domiciled at New York] [404 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415372; 
Robert Casadesus, New York. 

Love (A) dream; words by A. Mar- 
jorie Braithwaite, music by Albert 
Jowett [of Great Britain] ; no. 1 
low voice. [405 

© Dec. 12, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 401771; Schott & co., London. 

Love dreams; reverie, by Dorothy V. 
Crammond [of U. S.] op. II; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [406 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418165; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Love in a cottage ; a song cycle, words 
by Charles Henson Towne, music 
by William Reddick [of U. S.] ; high 
voice. Contents : — In the country. — 
Plans. — The gift. — Love is all around 
us.— The little house. [407 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416631; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 



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Love is all abound tjs. See Love in 
a cottage. 

Lovee's waltz; by Theo Tourrier [of 

Australia] ; pianoforte. [408 

© Nov. 30, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 28, 

1917; E 401657; Joseph Williams, 

ltd., London. 

Lullaby; words by Rebecca Salsbury, 
music by Nate Salsbury [of U. S.] 
{In Book of children's songs) [409 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 415119; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

See also Christmas songs for 

juniors. 

Macaeoni Joe; by George Lyons and 
Bob Yosco, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orchestration in 
G. 4to. [410 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415089 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Magnus (The) volunteebs ; classical 
numbers from Spohr, arr. by E. 
Donajowski [of England] ; Ameri- 
can organ and harmonium. Book 
48, nos. 1-9. [411 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 401757; Swan & co., Watson & 
W T ilcock, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Ma j a (La) de emb aj adobes ; letra de 
Marino, musica de Jose L. Media- 
Villa [of Spain] [412 
(© Dec. 31, 1907 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401722; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Mala entbana ; serranillo, letra y mu- 
sica de Juan Martinez Abades [of 
Spain] [413 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401696; Union musical espaiiola, 
Madrid. 

Mamma bbontola peeche amo Beppe ; 
romnaza senza parole, di Giovanni 
Bolzoni [of Italy] ; quartetto d'archi, 
partitura. 4to. [414 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401669; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Mammy's little pansy ; words by Geo. 
Graff, jr., music by Bert Grant [of 
U. S.] [415 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416611; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 



Mam'selle Poilu ; words by Lawrence 

Eastwood, music by Harry Collman 

[of Great Britain]. [416 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 

E 401624 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Man (The) of mysteey; words by 
Frank Earl Thacker, music by J. 
Thacker [of U. S.] [417 

© Dec. 17, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 28. 
1917; E 416528; Julian A. Thacker, 
Ottawa, 111. 

Manicuea (La) modebna; letra de 
Ed. Montesinos, musica de Jose Pa- 
dilla [of Spain] [418 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401718; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Maech (The) to victoey; words and 
music by R. L. Fletcher [of U. S.] 

[419 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416667 ; Robert L. Fletcher, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 

Maeching song of the 122nd field 
aetilleey; words by Bert Leston 
Taylor, music by S. W. Hubbard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Clayton F. Summy 
co. [420 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1917 ; E 416527 ; Susan Weare Hub- 
bard, Chicago. 

Maeching theough Geoegia; tune. 
See Glory men. 

Maeching theough Geemany ; words 
and music by T. W. Tresidder [of 
U. S.] [421 

© Dec. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415137 ; Thomas W. Tresidder, Se- 
attle. 

Maey Jane/ words by R. D. Brace, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[422 
© lc. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416684; 
R. D. Brace, Nassau, N. J. 

Mabyland my Maeyland. See Na- 
tional melodies. 

Mastee's gabden; a children's day 
service for Sunday school, ed. by 
Geo. F. Rosche [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., New York, N. Y., Geo. F. Rosche 
& co. [1918] Svo. [423 

© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
16, 1918; A 491142; Geo. F. Rosche, 
Chicago. 



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442 



May (A) carol; madrigal, words by 
Frank Dempster Sherman, music by 
Will C. Macfarlane [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, a cappella. 4to. [424 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415289; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 

Mazurka brillante; by Albert E. Wil- 
liams [of New Zealand] ; piano forte. 

[425 
© Oct. 25, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 401G5G; Albert Edward Williams, 
Aukland, New Zealand. 

Meadow Brook mazurka ; by Sandy 
Engelke [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays of 
sunshine, no. 4) [426 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 191S ; 
E 41517S ; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Medley of operatic airs; compiled by 
Robert Hood Bowers [of U. S.] ; 
orch. Parts 1 and 2. [427, 428 

© 1 c. each Jan. 10, 1918 ; E 416659, 
416660; Columbia graphophone co., 
New York. 

Melenis; drame lyrique en 3 actes de 
Riccardo Zandonai, grade fantaisie 
par E. Tavan [of France] ; orches- 
tre avec piano conducteur, parties 
dGtachees. [429 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1918 ; 
E 401679 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Melodes ; by Rudolf Friml, op. 27. See 
Schirmer's compendium no. 13 C. 

Memories of home and you ; words 
and music by M. Cann [of U. S.], 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[430 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 415347; 
Mabel Cann, Mt. Vernon, Wash. 

Men (The) of the draft army; 
marching song, words by Rutherford 
B. H. Macrorie, music by Daniel 
Webster [of U. S.] Davenport, la.. 
Daniel Webster. [431 

© Dec. 6. 1917; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1917; 
E 414347 ; R. B. H. Macrorie & Dan- 
iel Webster, Davenport, la. 

Men (The) of the merchant ma- 
rine: words and music by J. Liv- 
ingstone [of U. S.] [432 
© Jan. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 41S169: John Livingstone, Seat- 
tle. 

Menuetto all'antico; by G. Kargan- 
off, op. 20, no. 5 See Schirmer's 
compendium no. 13 C. 



Merry (The) go round rag; by R. 
Larsh [of U. S.] ; piano. [433 

© Jan. 8, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 418004; Ralph Larsh, Chi- 
cago. 

Merry life (Vesely zivot valclk) ; 
waltz, arr. by F. Tryner [of U. S.] 
4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. [434, 435 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
191S; E 415261, 415269; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Merry (The) mermaid; words by 
Antony Templemore, music by Alex- 
ander Russell [of U. S.] ; high 
voice. [436 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416628; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Methode de piano; par R. Ch. Mar- 
tin [of France] op. 80, progressive 
et recreative pour le piano. Edi- 
tion classique, no. 9531) [437 
© Dec. 15, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1917; E 401654; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Mickey; words by Harry Williams, 
music by Neil Moret [of U. S.] 

[438 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415303; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
San Francisco. 

Midnight in dreamy Spain ; words 
and music by Joe McCarthy, Gus 
Van and Joe Schenck [of U. S.] 

[439 

© 1 c. Jan.. 7, 1918; E 415295; 
McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New York. 

Mighty Savior; words and music by 
J. P. Schofield [of U. S.] [440 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1918; E 416581; Robert H. Cole- 
man, Dallas. 

Milan march; by W. B. Parkinson 
[of U. S.] ; piano ace. to band 
parts. (In Parkinson's system of 
class instruction for all instru- 
ments) [441 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1918 ; E 415315 ; William Bliss Par- 
kinson, Le Mars, la. 

Military (The) walk; words and 
arr. of music by Leo Turner [of 
U. S.l music by J. Karp [of U. S.] 

[442 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415362; 
James Karp, New York. 



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Mimosa ; cancion, letra y musica de J. 

Martinez Abades [of Spain] [443 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401700; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Minor scales ; harmonic and melodic, 
by W. B. Parkinson [of U. S.] (In 
Parkinson's system of class instruc- 
tion for all instruments) [444 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415317; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars, la. 

Minuet. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van) 

Mirandy ; that gal o' mine ; words and 
music by James Reese Europe, 
Noble Sissle, and Eubie Blake [of 
U. S.] [445 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918 ; E 416655 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

Mite e placida melanconia; romanza 
senza parole, di Giovanni Bolzoni 
[of Italy] ; quartetto d'archi ; par- 
titura. [446 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401674; G. Ricordi & CO., 
Milan. 

Molinero ; cancion de ambiente asturi- 
ano, letra y musica de J. Martinez 
Abades [of Spain] [447 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401694; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Moon song. See Pot pourri. 

More like Jesus; words by Calia 
Altstaetter, music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel [of U. S.] [448 
© Jan. l, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1917; 
E 416606; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Mot doux; valse leute par Clifton 

Worsley [of Spain] ; piano. [449 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 

E 401 6S5; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Mother Earth ; three part chorus, 
verse and music by Florence Parr 
Gere [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
(Octavo choruses for women's 
voices, no 252) [450 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415063 ; Luckliardt & Belder, New 
York. 



Mother is the bravest of them all ; 
words by F. Walker, melody by F. 
Walker and R. D. Heath, arr. by 
R. D. Heath [of U. S.] [451 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 418065; 
Frank Walker and Russell Heath, 
Newark, N. J. 

Mother is with him in prayer; 
words and melody by Alle M. Leon- 
ard, music arr. by Mrs. W. E. Cun- 
ningham [of U. S.] [452 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415166; 
A. M. Leonard, Berkeley, Cal. 

Mountain echoes ; Tyrol ienne, by 
Sandy Engelke [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Rays of sunshine, No. 10.) [453 
© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415184; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Mozskowski (Moritz) ; In a Spanish 
garden; three part chorus; melody 
by Mozskowski, text and arrange- 
ment by Albert Mildenberg [of U. 
S.] ; women's voices. (Octavo 
choruses, no. 247.) [454 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415064 ; Luckliardt & Belder, New 
York. 

Musical maladies; humorous song, 
words by Medley, Barrett and Byam 
Wyke, music by Medley Barrett [of 
Great Britain] ; in both notations. 

[455 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ;' 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401635 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

My beautiful Egypt; words by Al- 
fred Bryan, music by Harry Tier- 
ney [of U. S.] [456 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416514; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

My bonnie boy; words and music by 

M. Hunter [of Holland, domiciled 

at New York city] [457 

© Aug. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 

E 415367 ; Morris Hunter, New York. 

My Broadway butterfly ; from Words 
and music, by Willy White, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkhaus [of U. S.] hotel 
orchestra; in E flat. 4to. [458 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415075 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

My dear little California bunga- 
low ; words and music by C. McDon- 
ough [of U. S.] [459 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 415399; Corinne McDonough, Los 
Angeles. 



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My golden West I love you best ; 
words and music by James W. Casey 
[of U. S.] [4G0 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Dec, 28, 
1917; E 416483; Echo music pub. 
co., New York. 

My heart still has a place for you ; 

words and music by A. W. Hanush 

[of U. S.] [461 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415163; 

A. YV. Hanush, Delmont, Pa. 

My home by the silver sea ; words 
by Lewis It. W. Loyd, music by 
Harry Coleman [of Great Britain] 

[462 

© Dec. 21, 1917i 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 

E 401628; Reynolds & co., London. 

My Irish song of songs; by Dan J. 
Sullivan, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; hotel orchestra in G, 
original key. 4to. [463 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan 2, 1918 ; 
E 415081 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

My Italian Rose; by Geo. Lyons & 

B. Yosco, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orchestration in B 
flat. 4to. [464 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415080; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

My lady sleep ; words by Leigh Henry, 
music by Bryceson Treharne [of 
Great Britain] ; high voice in G. 

[465 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401641 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

My lassie; words and music by W. 

F. Snyder [of U. S.] ; arr. by Charles 

G. Stuart [of U. S.] [466 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1917; E 418070; 

William F. Snyder, Los Angeles. 

My little lad in khaki clad is com- 
ing home to me; words by F. Mc- 
Guire, music by Luther A. Clark [of 
U. S.] [467 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418079; F. McGuire, Re- 
gina, Canada. 

My Lord saved me; words and music 
by I. E. Reynolds [of U. S.] [408 
© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416580; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 



My mind's made up to marry Caro- 
lina; words by Lew Brown, music 
by Rubey Cowan [of U. S;] . [469 
© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10. 
1918; E 41S134; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

My Pavo Real girl; words and music 

by Ben Black [of U. S.] [470 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 416647; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

My rainbow girl; from The rainbow 
girl, music by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of. XL S.] ; vo- 
cal orchestration in G. 4to. [471 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415074; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed' on new 
arrangement] 

My soljah soul ; words and music by 

L. B. Cabe [of U. S.] [472 

© Dec. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1917 ; 

E 416539 ; Lu B. Cake, Afton, N. Y. 

My sunnyhuckle; words and music 

by A. L. Hamilton [of U. S.] [473 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 416490; 

Archie Lindsey Hamilton, Dayton, O. 

My sweet lovin' honey bee ; words 
and music by D. K. Grosmon [of 
U. S.] [474 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 191S; E 415330; 
David King Grosmon, Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

My sweet Virginia Rose; words and 
music by Walter Smith [of U. S.] 

[475 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415304; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
San Francisco. 

Na vrsicku; pochod, by E. Stole [of 
U. S.], arr. by Louis Vitak [of 
U. S.] ; piano and song. [476 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415276 ; Georgi & Vitak music CO., 
Chicago. 

Nadales populars ; canciones popu- 
lares catalanas para Navidad, recol- 
lides i armonitzade amb acompany- 
ament de piano, per Adria Esquerra 
[of Spain] [477 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401713; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 



Napoleon caught napping. 
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National (A) hymn; for speedy and 
successful peace, words anon music 
by J. R. Atkins [of England] Lon- 
don, Novello and co., ltd. [478 
© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 415340; John R. Atkins, 
Cork, Ireland. 

National melodies ; arr. by A. W. 
Kneff [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 
Contents: 1. Battle cry of free- 
dom. — Yankee doodle. — Tramp, 
tramp, tramp. — Home sweet home. — 
2. Hail Columbia. — Maryland my 
Maryland. — We're tenting to-night. — 
Auld lang syne. [479, 480 

© Jan. 3, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
1918; E 415311, 415312; B. O. 
Marsh, Decorah, la. 

Nation's (The) awakening; military 
march, by Lucien Denni [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [481 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1917 ; E 416502 ; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Nation's hymn.- See Old Glory and 
The nation's hymn. 

Nation's (A) prayer; words by J. J. 
Casey, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [482 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415157; 
J. J. Casey, Spooner, Wis. 

Navrat do vlasti; valc"fk, arr. by 

Louis Vitak [of U. S.] ; piano. [483 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415273 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 

Chicago. 

Negra (La) de Luciano; letra de J. 
Marino, musica de J. L. Media-Villa 
[of Spain] [484 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401724; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Nerves; humorous song, words and 

music by Dick Henty [of Great 

Britain] [485 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401625; Reynolds & co., London. 

Neufeld (A. L.) Lesson 3rd, 4th, 8th; 
[with instructions by A. L. Neufeld, 
of U. S.1 ; flute or piccolo. [486-488 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 
1918 ; E 415221-415223 ; U. S. school 
of music, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on examples and instruc- 
tions] 



New (The) Hail Columbia; march- 
ing song, words by W. Murdoch 
Lind, music by George W. Chad- 
wick, arr. by Hans Semper [of U. S.] ; 
baritone solo and male chorus. [489 
© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415352; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

New national air America, My coun- 
try 'tis of thee; by J. J. McCabe 
[of U. S.] 24mo. 1. Orch. 2. Band. 

[490, 491 

© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. each Dec. 31. 

1917; E 416533, 416534; James J. 

McCabe, Brooklyn. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

New York night ; waltz triple boston, 
by J. Charlson [of Spain] ; piano. 

[492 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401748; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Nieta (La) de Carmen; cancion an- 
daluza, letra de Eduardo Montesi- 
nos, musica de Manual Font [of 
Spain] [493 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401701; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Night (A) in Spain ; lyrics and music 
by Joaquin Valverde [of Spain] ; 
nos. 1-11. [494 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 401767; 
Valverde musical enterprise, inc., 
New York. 

Nightingale (The) ; words coll. by 
Loraine Wyman, melody coll. and 
arr. by Howard Brock way [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices, piano ace. 4to. [495 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 416622 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

No llores; letra y musica de Juan 
Martinez Abades [of Spain] ; voz y 
piano. [496 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401739; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

NO MATTER WHAT OF WHERE ; from Fol- 

low the girl, words from Henry M. 
Blossom, music by Zoel Parenteau 
[of U. S.] [497 

© Jan. 7, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415324; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 
Noche de niebla ; nocturne de Joaquin 
Larregla [of Spain] ; pianoforte. 

[498 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401730; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 



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Not a spabrow falleth ; sacred song, 
text by Passinore, music by Walter 
E. Von Kalinowski [of U. S.] op. 
76, no. 1. [499 

© Nov. 13, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 11, 
1917 ; E 415370 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

Not as the world giveth ; words by 
R. M. Miller, music bv G. L. Multiu- 
ser [of U. S.] [500 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415141; 
George A. Mulfinger and Ruth M. 
Miller, Meadville, Pa. 

Nove variazioni. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Nuit (La) ; melodie in G flat, by 
Florence Parr Gere [of U. S.] ; pi- 
ano. [501 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415069 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

'O CAP MAG6. MUSOLINO, FATTO PRI- 

giunlere de' Germanise ; canzonetta 
d'occasione, versi di G. Camerlingo. 
musica sull aria di 'E ccafuncelle 
America, di [Eduardo Di Capua, of 
Italy] [502 

© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401607; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

O come, let us sing (O kommet und 
singet) ; festival anthem, music by 
A. Hartung [of U. S.] ; chorus for 
mixed voices and organ. (Octavo 
sacred music, no. 296) » [503 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418059 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

O come ye children ; Christmas song, 
English text by Helen A. Dickinson, 
music from the 14th century, arr. 
by Clarence Dickinson [of U. S.] 1. 
Sop. solo with cho. 4to. (Sacred 
choruses, no. 72) 2. Violin, violon- 
cello and harp. [504, 505 
© Jan. 2, 1918: 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1918 ; E 418063, 418064 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 

O Germany, dear Germany, for thee 
we'd kindly pray ; words by L. War- 
ren Johnson, music by A. J. Schorr 
[of U. S.] [506 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 416521; 
Andrew J. Schorr, Fort W T ayne, Ind. 

O HAVE YE HEARD THE TIDINGS ; 16th 

century air, arr. by Clarence Dick- 
inson [of U. S.] ; strings. (Sacred 
chorus, no. 71) [507 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 416625; H. W. Grav co., New 
York. 



O Jerusalem that bringest good tid- 
ings ; anthem for Christmas, words 
from the scriptures and Phillips 
Brooks, music by Moritz E. Sehwarz 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices and organ. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 473) 

[508 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415104; H. W. Gray co.. New 
York. 

O Lord Almighty; words by Henry 
Newbolt, music by F. Wilson Parish 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices and organ. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 469) 

[509 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415105; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

O, MY LOVE'S LIKE THE RED RED ROSE; 

words by Robert Burns, music by 
Albert Jowett [of Great Britain] ; 
no. 1, low voice. [510 

© Dec. 3, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 401772; Schott & co., London. 

October ; words by Rebecca Salsburj , 
music by Nate Salsbury [of U. S.] 
(In Book of children's songs, no. 11) 

[511 

© Dec. 31. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415116; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Off for France ; words and music by 
Jack Richmond [of U. S.] [512 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415095; John Church & co. Cin- 
cinnati. 

Offen steht des grabes tor (OpeD . 
stands the grave) ; words and music 
by H. B. Proehl [of U. S.] : 
gemischte chore. 4to. [513 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418142; H. B. Proehl, Chicago. 

Oh, noble France, we heard youk 
call; words by John Allen Cooke, 
music by John Thomas Malool [of 
U. S.] [514. 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415360; Cooke & Malool music 
pub. co., Newark, N. J. 

Oh you don't know what you're 
missin' : words by Edward La ska, 
music by Albert Vete [of U. S.] 

[515 -., 
© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1 918 ; E 418083 ; Artmusic, inc., New 1 
York. 



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Ojos (Los) de Estai^islao; couplet, 
letra de Eduardo Moiitesinos,musica 
del Joaquin Larrugo [of Spain] [516 
© Dee. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401706; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Old Glory. ; music arr. by Mrs. P. W. 
Johns [of U. S.] [and] Nation's 
(The) hymn; air America, adapted 
by H. Carey [of Great Britain] ; 
words by A. R. Lloyd. 4to. [517 
© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 41S144; A. R. Lloyd, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on words and 
arrangement] 

Old . Glory must wave ; words by Mrs. 
F. R. Early, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [518 

• © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; E 415378 ; Mrs. 

• F.'R. Early, Charlottesville, Va. 

Old Glory's call; song and chorus; 
words and music by G. R. Clinton 
[of U. S.] [519 

© Nov. 18, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918: 
E 416602 ; George R. Clinton. Tor^ 
rington, Conn. 

Old Santa Claus; Children's Christ- 
mas carol, words and music by C. 
Smith [of U. S.] [520 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415167 ; Charles Smith, Paw tucket, 
R. I. 

Ole Mister Moon ; words and music by 
Natalie Whitted Price [of U. S.] ed. 
by Phyllis Fergus [of U. S.] [521 

© Jan. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 415342; Clayton P. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

On our little merry-go-round ; from 
Follow the girl, words by Henry M. 
Blossom, music by Zoel Parentenu 
[of U. S.] [522 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415323; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

On the jump (Do skoku) ; polka, arr. 
by F. Tryner [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Band. 2. Orch. [523, 524 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. each Jan. 7. 
1918; E 415257, 415264; Georgi & 
Yitak music co., Chicago. 



arr. by Henry Schuckert [of 

U. S.] ; concertina. [525 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
S 415287 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 



On the road to Home sweet home; 
words by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert 
Van Alstyne [of U. S.] ; in G. [526 
, © Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416518; Jerome H. Rernick & co., 
New York. 

On the road to victory ; words by F; 
F. Fleischer, music by Oscar Wil- 
liams [of U. S.] [527 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415098 ;.K. H. B. co., New York. 

On the warpath ; Indian war dance, 
by K. L. King [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [528 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415126; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, la. 

On to victory march; words and 
mus : c by H. O. D. Holstad [of 
U. S.] arr, by Erik Oulie [of Nor- 
way, domiciled at Minneapolis] ; 
orch. ace. [529 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 418143; 
Hans O. D. Holstad, Kenyon, Minn. 

Only believe (Glaube nur) ; [Eng- 
lish translation by F. W. Herber- 
ger of U. S., music by E. Wonn- 
berger of U. S.] (In Bibel stunde 
jahrgang 9, no. 1 Jan. 1918) [530 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 9, 
1918; E 418011; Lutheran pub. co., 
Buffalo. 

Onward; overture, composed by The 
Boys (Sisk & James) [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [531 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 415047; Sisk & James, 
Cherokee, la. 

Or agitato, or calmo, triste sempre; 
romanza senza parole, di Giovanni 
Bolzoni [of Italy], per quartetto 
d'archi. (violin 1 e 2, viola; vio- 
loncello) 4to. [532 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401664; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Oracion (La) de las campanas; an- 
dante melodico, de J. R. Gomis [of 
Spain], para piano o para canto y 
piano. [533 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401750; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 

Organist; v. 21, no. 6, Jan., 1918, a 
bimonthly journal ; ed. by E. L. 
Ashford ; assisted by Karl K. Lo- 
renz [of U. S.] New York, Day- 



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Organist — Continued. 

ton [etc.] Lorenz publishing co. 
[1917] obi. Svo. [534 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. and aft*. 
Jan. 16, 1918; A 490411; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Our America; words by H. J. Zelley 

music by P. Wuest [of U. S.] [535 

© Dec. 23, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 

1918; E 415143; Henry J. Zelley 

and Philip Wuest, Woodbury, N. J. 

Our American flag; words by Mrs. 

L. J. McDonnell, music by E. S. S. 

Hunt'ngton [of U. S.] [536 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 4166S6 ; 

Mrs. L. J. McDonnell, St. Louis. 

Our flag's greatest victory; words 
by J. A. Stiglbauer, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [537 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415382; 
Jos. A. Stiglbauer, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Our Lord and Savior calls; words 
and melody by W. D. Horigan, har. 
by John Willis Conant [of U. S.] 

[538 
© 1 c. Jnn. 3. 1918; E 416550; 
William Denis Horigan, Washing- 
ton. 

Our own beloved America ; words and 
music by M. S. Davis [of America] 
Los Angeles, Edw. L. Ballinger co. 

[539 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 416541 ; Mary Smyth Davis, Sher- 
man, Cal. 

Our soldier boys ; words and music 
by D. A. Murphy, arr. by Mrs. Eu- 
gene Tompkins [of U. S.] [540 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 416547; 
Daniel Augustine Murphy, Danbury, 
Conn. 

Our soldiers ; words and music by W. 
C. Ames [of U. S.] [541 

© Oct. 25, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416641; William C. Ames, Phila- 
delphia. 

Our training camps ; or, Down with 
the Kaiser, set to tune Battle Cry of 
Freedom, words and arr. of music 
by T. S. Pettijohn [of U. S.] [542 
© Jan. 1. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416588 ; Tracy S. Pettigrew, Okla- 
homa. Okl. [Copyright is claimed 
on worete] 



Out of the deep; bass solo, wor.ds and 
music by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] 

[543 
© July 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 416579; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Out of the depths ; text from Psalm 
130, music by John Prindle Scott 
[of U. S.] ; high voice. , [544 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918; 
E 415201; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Over here ; words and music by Alice 
Frances Peale [of U. S., arr. John 
S. Leavitt, of U. S.] [545 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415094; 
Charles Austin Peale, Arlington 
Heights, Mass. 

Over here when we get back from 
over there ; words and music by 
Mrs. George Barton French [of U. S.] 

[546 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415210; G. Ricordi & co.. inc.. 
New York. 

Over the sea; words by Christina 
Rossetti, music by Martin Shaw [of 
Great Britain] [457 

© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 401648; J. Curwin & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Over the top; march, by H. J. Cros- 
by [of U. S.] ; band. obi. 24mo. 

[548 

© Jan. 1, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 5. 1918: 
E 416558; Harold Josiah Crosby. 
Boston. 

one-step, by L. De Costa [of U. 

S.] ; piano. [549 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415142; 
Leon De Costa, Camp Wadsworth, 
S. C. 

Over the top for U. S. A. ; words by 
C. W, Tharp and R. B. Tharp. music 
by R. B. Tharp [of U. S.] Chicago.,. 
The Tharps. [550 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Jan.. 9, 
1918; E 415388; Charles Watson 
Tharp and Rose Belle Tharp. 
Chicago. 

Over there; one-step and march, by 
George M. Cohan [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band. 24mo. [551 
© Jan. 15. 1918: 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418156; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 7 



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Over yonder; words and music by 
John T. Malool [of U. S.] [552 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415348; 
Cooke & Malool, Newark, N. J. 

Ovinu malkeinu; from The two 
grooms, words and music by Joseph 
Brady [of U. S.] [553 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418154; Albert Teres, New 
York. 

Palace (The) ; fox trot, by Ernesto 

Etosillo [of Spain] ; piano. [554 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 

1918; E 401751; Union musical es- 

panola, Madrid. 

Palm (The) Beach dip; from Miss 
1917. words by Stanley Murphy, 
music by Harry Tierney [of U. S.] 

[555 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416515 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Palomita de amor* ; letra y musica de 
J. Martinez Abades [of Spain] ; can- 
to y piano. [556 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401692; Union musical es- 
panola, Madrid. 

Pano (El) (The silversmith) ; Span- 
ish folksong from Andalusia, arr. 
by K. Schindler [of U. S.] ; choral. 

[557 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; E 416381 ; 
Kurt Schindler, New York. 

Parapet rag; by W. Cook [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [558 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1918 ; E 401759 ; Will Cook, % Mar- 
riott & Williams, London. 

Parting ; words by A. Marjorie 
Braithwaite, music by Albert Jowett 
[of Great Britain] ; no. 2 high voice. 

[559 
© Dec. 11, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
K 401770 ; Schott & co., London. 

Pas possible; two step, by Clifton 

Worsley [of Spain] ; piano. [560 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401686; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Pasa calle; final del 2° acto, words 
and music by Joaquin Valverde [of 
Spain, domiciled at New York.] 

[561 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 418147; 
Valverde musical enterprises, inc., 
New York. 



Passing souls; words by Constance 

Lady Coote, music by W. W. Star- 

mer [of Great Britain] [562 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 

E 401761 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Pastora ha vuelto; 6, La mensagera 
de la caucion, letra de A. Graciani, 
musica de Joaquin Larruga [of 
Spain] [563 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401705 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Pastoral. See Pequenas impresiones 
musicales. 

Pathway (The). See Pot pourri. 

Patience's march song; words and 

music by E. N. E. Tompkins [of 

U. S.] [564 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 418007; 

E. N. E. Tompkins, New York. 

Patrioric consecration. See Patri- 
otic trinity. 

Patriotic (The) trinity; three in 
one, words and music by W. D. 
Crews [of U. S.] Contents :— Re- 
sponse to liberty's call. — Patriotic 
consecration. — Adieu to militarism. 

[565 
© Dec. 19, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1917; E 416633; William D. Crews. 
De Soto, 111. 

Pelican (The) See Bacon (Julie 
Stevens) Two questionable songs. 

Penas de amor; letra de Geronimo 
Gomez, musica del Jose Padilla [of 
Spain]. [566 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401719; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Pentecost power; words by Abbie 

Mills, music by J. M. Harris [of 

U. S.] [567 

© June 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 

E 416615 ; J. M. Harris, Miami, Fla. 

Pequenas impresiones musicales; 
por Paquita Madriguera [of Spain] ; 
piano. Contents : — Tema variado. 
— Caravana. — Danzas de satiros y 
uinfas. — Pastoral. [568 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401710; union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Perplexity. See Chambers (Lena 
Wheeler) Three poetic etudes. 



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Petites chansons dtj bord de l'eau 
(Songs by the waterside) ; poeme 
d' A. C. Spiess, English version by 
Angela Campbell Melnnes, music by 
Eugene Raymond [of Great Britainl 
Chester series, no. 32) [569 

© Sept. 27, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917 ; E 401652 ; J. & W. Chester & 
co., London. 

Phantom bells ; intermezzo, by Wm. 

Laurier [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [570 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415128; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, la. 

Phantom (The) drum; a legend of 
the revolution, cantata, words by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by 
James P. Dunn [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. [571 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 4164S7; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Pierrot, minuet moderne. See Scenes 
de ballet. 

Pilgrim's progress ; a musical mir- 
acle play for soli, chorus & orches- 
tra ; text based on the allegory of 
John Bunyan, by Elizabeth Hodg- 
kinson; music by Edgar Stillman 
Kelley [of U. S.] ; op. 37. 4to. (On 
cover: Children's chorus part.) [572 
© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
4, 1918; A 490208; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 

Plans. See Love in a cottage. 

Pleasant memories; reverie, by H. E. 
Ruhe [of U. S.] ; piano, four hands. 

[573 
© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; E 415192; J. H. 
Faunce co., Philadelphia. 

Plotter (The) ; words by E. S. 

Goode, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [574 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415150; 

Mrs. Emma S. Goode, Keene, Va. 

Polonaise; by E. Schaaf [of U. S.], 
op. 8, no. 3; player piano. [575 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; E 418151 ; Ed- 
ward Oswald Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Por Holanda ; letra de Raffles, musica 
del Joaquin Luis Barta [of Spain] 

[576 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401703 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 



Pot pourri (A) ; words by Barbara 
Faye, music by M. Imlach [of Great 
Britain]. Contents: — The path- 
way. — Zephyr. — Moon song. — Butter- 
flies. — To-day and tomorrow. — Vio- 
let eyes. [577 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 401764; Minna Imlach, Liverpool, 
England. 

Poupee (La) ideal; couplet, letra de 
J. Marino, musica de J. L. Media- 
Villa [of Spain] [578 
© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401725; Union musical espanola. 
Madrid. 

Praci cest; pochod, arr. by Louis 
Vitak [of U. S.] ; piano and song. 

[579 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415271 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 

Prayer ; anthem, words by Adelaide A. 
Procter, music by Dion W. Kennedy 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
4to. (8vo choruses, no. 6708) [580 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415331 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

words by E. Kelly, music by J. J. 

McCabe [of U. S.] [581 

© June 25, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31. 
1917; E 416536; Ella Kelly. Brook- 
lyn. 

Preludis. See Suite en la. 

Pride (The) of Columbia; march, by 

C. W. Bennet [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

(Standard edition, no. 440) [582 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 

E 415393 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Prince Charming; selection, by K. L. 

King [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [583 

© Dec. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 

E 415127; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, la. 

Puccini (Giacomo) Flower duet ; from 
Madam Butterfly, by G. Puccini, arr. 
by Richard Keys Biggs [of U. S.] ; 
organ. [584 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 415213; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Recondita armonia ; from Tosca. 

by G. Puccini, arr. by Richard Keys 
Biggs [of U. S.] ; organ. [585 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 415216; G. Ricordi & co, 
inc.. New York. 



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Puccini (Giacomo) — Continued. 

— 7— Tosca; prelude to act in, by G. 

Puccini, arr. by Richard Keys Biggs 

[of U, S.] ; organ. [586 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1917 ; E 415212 ; G. Ricordi & co., 

inc., New York. 

Vissi d'arte (Love and music); 

from Tosca, by G. Puccini, arr. by 
Richard Keys Biggs, [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan. [587 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 415211; G Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Purty Jo; words and music by M. 

Casamer [of U. S.], arr. by Harry 

Richardson [of U. S.] [588 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 416638; 

Mabel Casamer, Saginaw, Mich. 

Pushful Jim; words by Theodore 
Curzon, music by Kate Flinn [of 
Great Britain] ; recitation with 
piano ace. (Musical monologues, 
no. 171) [589 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401633 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Put a stab in the service flag foe 
me; words and music by P. S. Mil- 
ler [of U. S.] [590 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
1 C. Jan. 8, 1918; E 415353; Percy 
Stanford Miller, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Puzzle (A) ; words and music by Nate 
Salisbury [of U. S.] (In Book of 
children's songs, no. 8) [591 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415113; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

QUANDO L'ARTE NON HA VITA DAI 

cuore; romanza senza parole, di 
Giovanni Bolzoni [of Italy] ; per 
quartetto d'archi, partitura. 4to. 

[592 

•© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 

1917; E 401666; G. Ricordi & co., 

Milan. 

Quest (The) by James R. Gillette 

[of V,. S.] ; organ, obi. 32mo. 

[593 

© Dec, 27, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1917 ; E 416484 ; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 

Rainbow (The) ; words by Rebecca 

Salsbury, music bv Nate Salsbury 

"; [Of tT. S.] (In Book of children's 

songs. [594 

1 © Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415109; H. W. Grav co., New 

York. 



Rainbow (The) march ; by Louis 
Maurice, arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; military band. 24mo. [595 
© Jan. 15. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418155; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

orch. 4to. [596 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416594; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Raise the Stars and Stripes ; an 
anthem for flag-raising, words by 
Marion Mills Miller, music by A. L. 
Baldwin [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [597 

© Nov. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415204 ; Adele Laeis Baldwin, 
New York. 

Rally around the Stars and 
Stripes ; or Our adopted brothers ; 
words and music by E. Hinkelman 
[of U. S.] [598 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415165; 
Elizabeth Hinkelman, Windsor, Cal. 

Reconciliation ; words by A. E., music 

by Bryceson Treharne, [of Great 

Britain] ; high voice in D flat. [599 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401643 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Recondita armonia. See Puccini ( Gia- 
como) 

Red clover; words and music by Eu- 
gene Cowles [of U. S.] ; high voice. 

[600 
© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918; 
E 415199; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Reggie; or, Longing for the old folks 
at home, words and music by 
Dorothy Louise Warne [of Great 
Britain] [601 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401614 ; Charles Sheard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Regretful blues ; words by Grant 
Clark, music by Cliff Hess [of U. S.] 

[602 

© Dec. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1917 ; 
E 416504; Kalmar Puck & Abraham 
cons. inc. mus. pub., New York. 

Regular (The) army man ; by J. Gra- 
ham [of U. S.] arr. by S. J. Mustol [of 
Italy] ; piano. 4to. [603 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1918; 
E 415358; Jack Graham, San Jose, 
Cal. 



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622 






Remembrance ; words and music by 
Grace Porterfleld Pork [of U. S.] ; 
key of C. [604 

© Dec. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415100 ; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 

Response to liberty's call. See Patri- 
otic trinity. 

Reveille (The) ; words by Bret Harte, 
music by J. B. Montell [of U. S.] 
New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 

[605 
© Jan. 4, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415300 ; John Bartow Montell, New 
York. 

Remembranze d'una serenata; by 
Francesco di Leo [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Pittsburgh] ; violino e 
piano. [606 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416665; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Rinuccia; polka, by Alfredo Anelli 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano. [607 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416663; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Rise young America; words by M. 
G. Manahan, music by Paul Mar- 
tin, jr. [of U. S.] 4to. [608 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415045; Mary Genevieve Mana- 
han, Brooklyn. 

Risen Lord; Easter service, ed. by 
Geo. F. Rosche [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., New York, N. Y., G. F. Rosche 
& co. [19181 8vo. [609 

© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
16, 1918 ; A 491143 ; Geo. F. Rosche, 
Chicago. 

Risttrrezione ; di F. Alfano, l a tra- 
scrizione dalla grande fantasia di 
Emile Tavan [of France] ; orches- 
tra, arr. per piano. [610 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401774; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

River (The) ; words by Rebecca Sals- 
bury, music by Nate Salsbury [of 
U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs. [611 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 415117; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



Roaring of the mountains; (Zahu- 
cely hory) ; inarch, by V. Ballek [of 
U. S.], arr. by Jos. Cerny [of U. S.] 
4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. [612, 613 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
1918; E 415260, 415267; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Rookies (The) lament; words and 
music by L. Garrett [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Reynolds & Garret. [614 

© Dec. 14, 1914 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918 ; E 415055 ; Lloyd Garrett, Chi- 
cago. 

Rope dance; by Sandy Engelke [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Rays of sunshine, 
no. 3) [615 

© Dec. 13, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1918; E 415177; Co-operative music 
co., Philadelphia. 

Ru2enka polka ; Rosie, arr. by Louis 

Vitak [of U. S.] ; piano. [616 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415278 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 

Chicago. 

Sail on ; words and music by Charles 

H. Gabriel [of U. S.] [617 

© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1917 ; 

E 416604; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

Sal y sol; cancion espanola, letra de 
Antonio Graciani, musica del Man- 
uel Font [of Spain] [618 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401729; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Same (The) old sea-dogs still; words 
by Harold Simpson, music by Hugh 
R. Hulbert [of Great Britain] 

[619 
© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 401645; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Sammie on the sea : words and music 

by J. B. Thomas [of U. S.] [620 

© Dec. 8, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1917 ; 

E 416603; Jessie Beattie Thomas, 

St. Louis. 

Sammies (The) aim; words and mu- 
sic by S. H. Judge [of U.S.] [621 
© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 191S ; 
E 415051 ; S. H. Judge, Sioux Falls, 
S. D. 

Sammies' own ; march, by E. Mein- 

ardus [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [022 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415328; E. Meinardus, Kiel, Wis. 



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Sammy Salter sorted sausages in 
Salter's shop ; words and music by 
Jack Foley [of Great Britain] [623 
© Dee. 28, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401611; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

Sangre de horchata; fox-trot, letra 
de Antonio Graciani, niusica del 
Manuel Font [of Spain] [624 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401726; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Savior (A) worth trusting; words 
by James Rowe, music by I. E. Rey- 
nolds [of U. S.] [625 
© July 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1918 ; E 416584 ; Robert H. Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Say mush to the Teuton ; words and 
music by A. Bradley [of U. S.] 

[626 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416694; 
Aline Bradley, Fairbanks, Alaska. 

Scenes de ballet; by Nicola A. Mon- 
tani [of U. S.] ; piano. Contents : — 

1. Columbine. — 2. Pierrot, minuet 
moclerne. — 3. Harlequinade. [627 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415121; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Scheezetto; by Charles Huerter [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [628 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 416474; Boston music co., Boston. 

Schirmer's compendium, no. 13c; arr. 
by Tom Clark [of U. S.] ; orch. 
Contents: 1. Melodie; by Rudolf 
Friml, op. 27. 2. Menuetto all an- 
tics; by G. Karganoff, op. 20, no. 5. 
3. If flowers could speak; by Mana 
Zucca. [629 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418146; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Selection of Slavonic national airs ; 
(Slovensky narodni smes) ; arr. by 
F. Tryner [of U. S.] 1. Band. 

2. Orch. [630, 631 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. each Jan. 

7, 1918 ; E 415284, 415288 ; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Seney march ; by W. B. Parkinson [of 
U. S.] ; piano ace. to band parts. 
(In Parkinson's system of class in- 
struction for all instruments) [632 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415316; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars, la. 



Serenade coquette; by Richard 
Barthelemy, arr. by Richard Keys 
Biggs [of U. S.] ; organ. [633 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 415214; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Serenade de Murcia ; words a Spanish 
folksong, music arr. by K. Schindler 
[of U. S.] ; bar. and choral ace. a 
capella. [634 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; E 416380; 
Kurt Schindler, New York. 

Serenata espanola. See Tres com- 
posiciones. 

Service (The) flag; air: The top of 
the morning, words by Francis P. 
Donnelly, music arr. by L. W. Hardy 
[of U. S.] 4to. [635 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 : 
E 416650; Francis P. Donnelly, 
Springfield, Mass. 

Set the joy bells ringing ; words and 
music by Jack Foley [of Great 
Britain] [636 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401619; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

Seven-part amen in B flat; by Her- 
bert J. Wrightson [of U. S.] ; organ 
ace. ad lib, mixed voices. 4to. [637 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418127; Gilbert music co., 
Chicago. 

She's the kind of a girl that any 
fellow could like ; words by Alfred 
Bryan, music by Jack Wells [of U. 
S.] [638 

© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 418132; Waterson Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

She's waiting back in Ireland; on 
the banks of Dublin Bay, words and 
music by Great Howard Miller and 
Matt. M. Cohan [of U. S.] New 
York, Howard & La Var. [639 

© Jan. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418140 ; William J. Moran, Brook- 
lyn. 

Shine for the Lord ; words and music 
by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] [640 
© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416578; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Shine out, Mister Moon ; words and 
music by George Wiest and Grace 
Hutchison [of U. S.] Baltimore, 
McL, Maryland music pub. co. [641 
<© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418128; Herman Federoff, 
Baltimore. 



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659 



Since I first knew you; fox trot, by 
Frank H. Grey, arr. by Wm. Schulz 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [642 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416591; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Sing on ; words and music by J. P. 
Scholfield [of U. S.] [643 

© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416577; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Sinless (The) land. See Behold the 
morning. 

Six full fathom of men ; words by 
J. W. Jervey, music by Linn Seiler 
[of U. S.] ; medium voice. [644 

© Jan 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416630; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Sloggers (The) march; the regt. 
march of the W. C. L. C. by Lieut. 
F. Horrocks Spokes [of England] ; 
piano. [645 

© Dec. 28, 1917 : 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 401756; Swan & co. Watson & 
Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Slumber land ; beauty land, words by 
Ruth McEnery Stuart, music by 
Harry K. Burr [of U. S.] [646 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 415198; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Slumber song; words and music by 

Eben Lee Aultman [of Canada] arr. 

by Sallie Lindsley [of U. S.] [647 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; E 415093 ; E. 

L. Aultman, Alberta, Canada. 

Soldier (A) ; words by A. L. Smith, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [648 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416683; 

Abbie Lillian Smith, St. Paul, 

Soldier (A) of the legion; words 
and music by D. A. Britten [of U. 
S.] [649 

© Nov. 10, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1917; E 416475; Deward Augustus 
Britten. Jackson, Mich. 

Soldier's (The) dream of home; 
reverie pathetique, by L. Weber [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Kansas City, Weber 
bros. [650 

© Dec. 11, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 20, 
1917; E 416529; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 



Soldier's (A) dream of mother; 
waltz lullaby, words and music by 
L. G. Nicholson [of U. S.] [651 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1918; E 418121; 
Laurie Gregory Nicholson, Los 
Angeles. 

Soldier's farewell; waltz, by Bert 
R. Anthony [of U. S.], op. 88, no. 4; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 
(In soldierland, no. 4) [652 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418161; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Soldier's lullaby; words by L. D. 
Clarke, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [653 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; E 416675 ; 
L. D. Clarke, Mt. Solo, Wash. 

Somebody else needs Him too ; hymn, 
words by Susan R. Peck, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] [654 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416555; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Somebody's waiting all alone; words 
by Ivan Reid, music by Peter De 
Rose [of U. S.] [655 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1918; E 415299; F. B. Haviland 
pub. co., New York. 

Someday they're coming home 
again; words and music by Harry 
Hilbert [of U. S.] [656 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918 ; E 415092 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

Someday your heart will love me; 
words by Edward Lockton, music 
by Edith Fortescue [of Great Bri- 
tain [ ; no. 1 in E flat. [657 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401616; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

Somehow, dear heart, some day; 
words by Charles Edey Fay, music 
by Alma M. O'Haire [of U. S.] 

[658 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918 ; E 418174 ; Fay pub. co., Stam- 
ford, Conn. 

Somewhere in France; words and 
music by K. Yarnall, arr. by J. Paul 
Miller [of U. S.] [659 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415168; Kitty Yarnall, Philadel- 
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Somewhere in France — Continued. 
— i— words by J. H. Borgmann, music 
• by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 



© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 415368; 
John H. Borgmann, Detroit. 

Somewhere in Prance is the lily ; 
by Joseph E. Howard, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal or- 
chestration in B flat. 4to. [661 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415079 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

Somewhere in vaudeville ; musical 
comedy in one act, words and music 
by James Duffy and J. Kelso [of 
U. S.] [662 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1918; D 19820; 
James Kelso, New York. 

Somewhere over there ; words by 

E. A. Madden, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [663 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415146; 

E. A. Madden, New Britain, Conn. 

Somni de jovenesa. See Caugons. 

Son gaia, ma in mezzo al corce l'ho 
la speria ; romanza senza parole di 
Giovanni Bolzoni [of Italy], per 
quartetto d'archi ; partitura. 4to. 

[664 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401667; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Son gaia, volubile, amorosa; ro- 
manza senza parole, di Giovanni 
Bolzoni [of Italy] ; quartetto 
d'archi ; partitura. [665 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401671; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Sonata eroica, no. 2 ; by Charles Vil- 
liers Stanford [of England], op. 151 ; 
organ solo. [666 

© Dec. 12, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 401766; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Song march; (Sangermarsch) ; words 
by E. Buck, music by F. K. arr. 
by Maurice Arnold [of U. S.], 
chorus for 3 part women's voices, 
piano ad lib. (Octavo choruses for 
women's voices, no. 257) [667 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415062 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 



Song or the nightingale (Zpiva sla- 
virek) ; waltz, arr. by Henry 
Schuckert [of U. S.] ; concertina. 

[668 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415286 ; Georgi & Vitak music Co.. 
Chicago. 



— arr. by Louis Vitak [of 

U. S.] 4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. 

>, 670 



© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
1918; E 415255, 415256; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Song of the palauquin bearers ; 
words by Sarojini Naidu, music by 
Martin Shaw [of Great Britain] 

[671 
© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 : 
E 401647; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Sotjrwood Mountain ; from Lonesome 
tunes, words collected by Loraine 
Wyman, music collected and arr. by 
Howard Brockway [of U. S.] ; cho- 
rus of mixed voices. 4to. [672 
© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 416674; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on col- 
lecting and arrangement] 

Southland sketches, no. 11 ; by H. 
T. Burleigh, arr. by Richard Keys 
Biggs [of U. S.] ; organ. [673 

^ © Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 415215; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Spanish (The) knight; text from 
Lockhart's Spanish ballads, music by 
Francisco di Nogero [pseud, of 
Emilie Frances Bauer, of U. S.] ; sop. 
or ten., alto or baritone. [674 

© Jan. 2. 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 
1918 ; E 415202 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Stand by Old Glory; words and mu- 
sic by M. F. Payn, arr. by Paul Mar- 
tin Paulsen [of Denmark, domiciled 
at Boston] [675 

© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1917; E 416540; 
Mary Francis Payn, Maiden, Mass. 

Standard bearer; march, by Sandy 
Engelke [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays 
of sunshine, no. 9) T676 

© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415183; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Star and the song. See Christmas 
songs for juniors, set two. 



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.Tio. 1, 1918 






Star - Spangled (The) Banner of 
190.7; words by Frances Scott Key, 
music bv H. L. Soreusen [of U. S.l 

[G77 
© Dec. 10, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1917 ; E 416524 ; Henry L. Sorensen, 
Neenah, Wis. 

Stars and Stripes I pledge my life 
to thee ; words by C. Aug, music by 
C; Aug and Chas. Howard [of U. S.l 

[678 
© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1917 ; E 415132 ; 
Charles Aug per Cincinnati music 
pub. co., Cincinnati. 

Stars (The) and Stripes shall 
wave : words bv H. J. Zelley, music 
by J. W. Hughes [of U. S.] [679 

© Dec. 23, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415144; Henry J. Zelley and J. 
Wesley Hughes, Woodbury, N. J. 

Stars twinkling down. See Christ- 
mas songs for beginners. 

Still grows the evening over Beth- 
lehem town ; Christmas cradle song, 
Eng. text by Helen A. Dickinson, 
music traditional Bohemian, trans, 
by Vincent Pisek, ed. by Clarence 

1 Dickinson [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 

4to. [680 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 

E 416624; H. W. Gray co., New 

York. 

Stillness. See Chambers (Lena 
Wheeler) Three poetic etudes. 

Storm clouds of war; words by Mrs. 
A. Veitch, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [681 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416680; 
Mrs. A. Veitch, Torrance, Canada. 

Suite en la; de Julio G6mez, reduc- 
tion por J. F. Pacheco [of Spain], 
arr. para piano. Contents: — Pre- 
ludio. — Intermedio. — Caucion popu- 
lar. — Final-danza. [682 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401716; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Summer ; words by Christina Rossetti, 
music by Martin Shaw [of Great 
Britain] [6S3 

© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 
E 401646; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Sunset after rain ; words by Harriet 
Howe, music by Frederick Lei and 
Rhodes [of U. S.] [684 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918; 
E 415197; Huntzinger & Dilworth. 
New York. 



Sunset on the Nilgiris; reverie, by 
Wallace Misquith [of Great Bri- 
tain] ; piano. [685 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401609; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London. 

Sunshine (The) ; words by Rebecca 
Salsbury, music by Nate Salsbury 
[of U. S.] (In Book of children's 
songs. [686 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415107; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Sunshine polka; by Sandy Engelke 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Rays of sun- 
shine, no. 1) [087 
© Dec. 13, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415175; Co-operative music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Sunshine Sue; words by A. R. Kre- 
mer. music by A. R. Kremer and 
L. Lutz [of U. S.] [688 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E41S003; Arthur R. Kremer, Alex- 
andria, Neb. 

Superlative love; from Her regi- 
ment, words by Wm. Le Baron, mu- 
sic by Victor Herbert [of U. S.] 

[689 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918; E 416495; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Sweet little stranger. See Christ- 
mas songs for primary children. 

Sweet story of love; words by Jas. 
B. Leavell, music by I. E. Reynolds 
[of U. S.] [690 

© July 15, 1916 ; 2c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416576; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Swords and scissors ; or, Napoleon 
caught napping, a nrlitary-millinery 
operatta in two acts, libretto by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by 
Will C. Macfarlane [of U. S.] [691 
© Dec. 5. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
D 19821; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Take a letter to my daddy over 
there; words by Roger Lewis and 
Bobby Crawford, music by Billy 
Baskette [of U. S.] [692 

© Jan. S, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416648; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Tango harmony; words by S. Stand- 
field, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [693 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415164; 
Santthello Standfield, Kansas City, 
Kan. 



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694 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Tantum ergo; by V. Baluta [of U. S.] 

mixed voices. 4to. [694 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 28, 

1917; E 416507; R. J. Sorin, De 

Lisle, Miss. 

Tappeto (II) rosa (Tapis d'orient) ; 
di J. Burgmein trascrizione dalla 
grande fantasia per orchestra, par 
Emile Tavan [of France] ; piano- 
forte. 1. Prima trascrizione. 2. 
Seconda trascrizione. [695, 696 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. each Dec. 
31, 1917; E 401676, 401677; G R:- 
cordi & co., Milan. 

Te deum in F minor; by J. Q. Ever- 

son [of U. S.] ; chorus for mixed 

voices, organ ace. 4to. [697 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415371 ; J. Q. Everson, Pittsburgh. 

Tecnica moderna del piano; primera 
serie — septima serie, de Augustin 
Quintas [of Spain] [698 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401755; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Teepee; from Toot toot, lyric by Ber- 
ton Braley, music by Jerome Kern 
[of U. S.] [699 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 415365; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

That jazzy melody ; words and music 

by Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.] [700 

© Jan. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 416653 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 

York. 

That little bit of bunting ; march 
song, words and music by T. H. Bar- 
rington [of U. S.] [701 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 418006; Thomas H. Barrington, 
New York. 

That means you; words by James 
Rowe, music by I. E. Reynolds [of 
U. S.] [702 

© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416575; Robert H. Coleman. Dal- 
las. 

That's teasing them all one and 
all ; words and music by E. L. Bow- 
man [of U. S.] [703 
© 1 c. Nov. 30, 1917; E 414138; 
Euday L. Bowman, Kansas City. 

That was a happy day; words and 
music by J. M. Harris [of U. S.] 

[704 
© June 1. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416618 ; J. M. Harris, Miami, Fla. 



That wonderful feeling of love; 
words by John Allen Cooke, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [705 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416545 ; Cooke & Malool music pub. 
co., Newark, N. J. 

Their golden wedding song ; words by 
Carol Edwards, music by G. T. Ed- 
wards [of U. S.] [706 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416551 ; George Thornton Edwards, 
Portland, Me. 

Then I'll return to you after the 
war is over; words and music by 
C. C. Ruhtz, C. S. Burton and G. 
Cartwright [of U. S.] [707 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1918; E 416557; 
Charles Ruhtz, New Castle, Ind. 

There'll be a hot time for the old 
men while the young men are 
away ; words by Grant Clarke, 
melody by George W. Meyer [of U. 
S.] [708 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 415298; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



Music by Geo. W. Meyer [of 

U. S.] [709 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918 ; E 418076 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

There's a colonel missing in the 
ranks ; words and music by S. M. 
Spearin [of U. S.] [710 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415325; Saza M. Spearin, New 
York. 

There's a light shining bright for 
your daddy; words and music by 
Pot Pfeiffer [pseud, of C. A. Pfeif- 
fer, of U. S.] [711 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415208; C. Arthur Pfeiffer, 
Quincy, 111. 

There's a sweet little girl, and 
she's waiting for me; words by 
Paul Wilson, music by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [712 

© Jan. 4, 1918 ; 2c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415041; Church, Paxson & co., 
New York. 

There's always a beam of sunshine, 
where there's a little spark of 
love ; lyrics by Z. E. Irvin, music 
by Luther A. Clark. Washington 
C. H., O., Irvin music pub. co. [713 
© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415043; Zara E. Irvin, Washing- 
ton C. H., D. 



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no. 1, 1918 



730 



There's an armchair waiting by the 
fireside; words and music by J. W. 
Sewell [of Great Britain] [714 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401613; Charles Sheard & CO., 
London. 

There's an awful lot of good in the 
worst of us, we're all alike; 
words by G. L. Hinckley, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [715 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416689; 
G. L. Hinckley, Kingston, Fla. 

There's going to be some doin's while 
we're flying over there ; words by 
C. Davis, music bv N. R. Roberts 
[of U. S.l [716 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416586 ; Cliff Davis. Pittsburgh. 

These bold Canadian boys ; words 
by F. McGuire, music by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [717 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418078; F. McGuire, Re- 
gina, Canada. 

They'll be whistling it all over 
town; song from Words and music, 
by Jean Schwartz, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; hotel orches- 
tra in E flat. 4to. [718 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918 ; E 415076 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement] 

Think of me, little daddy ; words 

and melody by A. G. Whitman [of 

U. S.] [719 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; E 418085; 

Alberta Guy Whitman, Columbus, O. 

Third (The) Maine; patriotic march 
song, words and music by F. C. 
Chantereau [of U. S.] [720 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418135; Francis C. Chantereau, 
Portland, Me. 

Third sonata. See Brahms (Jo- 
hannes) 

This merry Christmas day. See 
Christmas songs for beginners. 

Three cheers for our country, the 
U. S. A. ; words by J. Forbym, 
music by Eugene Platz Mann [of 
U. S.] [721 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418172; Joseph Forbym, 
New York. 



Through the smoke; musical mono- 
logue, words by J. M. Humphreys, 
music by Harold Montague [of 
Great Britain] j recitation with 
piano ace. [722 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401629; Reynolds & co., 
London. 

Thru the fields ; by Charles Huerter 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [723 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1918; E 416473; Boston music co., 

Boston. 

'Tis springtime; words by Robert T. 
Conroy, music by Christene Nords- 
trom Carter [pseud, of Charles 
Kunkel, of U. S.] [724 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415101 ; Kunkel brothers music 
co., St. Louis. 

To a dancer; words by Arthur Sy- 

mons, music by Samuel C. Endicott 

[of U. S.] [725 

© Jan. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415305; Charles W. Homeyer & 

co., Boston. 

To arms; words by J. W. Hodge, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

IT. S.] [726 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415153; 

J. W. Hodge, Boise, Id. 

To victory, America; words and mu- 
sic by C. M. Eddy [of U. S.] [727 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; E 418150; 
Charlotte M. Eddy, Berkeley, Cal. 

Tobias; or, Byrute polka, Lithuanian, 
by J. Montrym, arr. by Henry 
Schuckert [of U. S.] ; concertina. 

[728 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415285 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 

Toccando i bicchieri; polka, by Al- 
fredo Anelli [of Italy domiciled at 
New York] ; piano. [729 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416662; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

To-day and tomorrow. See Potpourri. 

Todo corazon ; fox-trot by F. Moreno 

Torroba [of Spain] ; piano. [730 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401754; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 



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731 



pt. iu„n. s., v. 13 



Tom, Dick and Harry and Jack hur- 
ry back ; words by Howard John- 
son, music by Milton Ager [of U. S.] 

[731 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416597; Leo Feist, New York. 

Tommy (A) to his girl. See Two 
(The) good-byes. 

Torn up.; a New York review, lyrics 
by Anna Bird Stewart, . music by 
A. L. Stewart [of-U.-S.].- pt. II. 

[732 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; D 19818; 

Anna Lambert Stewart, New York. 

Torpedo Jim ; words by Roger Lewis, 

music by Jimmie V. Monaco [of 

U. S,] [733 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 

E 416598 ; Leo Feist, New York. 

Tosca. See Puccini (Giacomo) 

Tramp, tramp, tramp. See National 
melodies. 

Transcience ; words by Sarojini 
Naidu, music by Bryceson Trehame 
[of Great Britain] ; high voice in E 
flat. [734 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401644; Boston music co., Boston. 

Trees (The) that grew around our 
cottage door; words and music by 
J. Barron [of U. S.] Stamford, 
Conn., Metz music co. [735 

© Oct. 3, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 415072; James Barron, Stamford, 
Conn. 

Tres miradas ; letra de C. R. Avecilla, 
musica de H. Montey [of Spain] 

[736 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401715 ; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Trianerias ; canci6n, letra de Antonio 
Graciani, musica del Joaquin Lar- 
ruga [of Spain] [739 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2. 1918 ; 
E 401709; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Tribute (A) to our soldiers; words 
by F. McGuire, music by L. A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [737 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418080 ; F % McGuire, Regina, 
Canada. 



Triglaw ; Slovinsky pochod, by Julius 
Fucik [of U. S.] ; op. 72 ; piano. 

[738 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415283 ; Georgi & Vitas music co., 
Chicago. 

Trooper Flynn ; by Jack Mahoney, 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; 
vocal orchestration in B flat. 4to. 

[740 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415078 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement] 

True to the flag; four-part chorus, 
words by Edith Sanford Tillotson, 
music by Irenge Berge [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. (8vo choruses, no. 
6712) [741 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7. 1918 ; 
E 415332; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Trundle (The) bed; words and music 
by Natalie Whitted Price [of U. S.] 
ed. by Phyllis Fergus [of U. S.] 

[742 
© Jan. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. S, 1918 ; 
E 415341; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Tryste Noel ; a Christmas meditation, 

words by Louise I. Guiney, music by 

E. J. Pizey [of Great Britain] 743 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 

E 401762 ; E. J. Pizey, London. 

Tuning chart; by W. B. Parkinson 
[of U. S.] ; piano or organ keyboard. 
4to. (In Parkinson's system of class 
instruction for all instruments) 

[744 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415319; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars, la. 

Twilight musings ; by C. C. Cram- 
mond [of U. S.] op. 91; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [745 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418167; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Two (The) good-byes; words by 
Dorothy Scull, music by Alfred H. 
West [of Great Britain] ; recitation 
with piano ace. (Musical mono- 
logues, no. 170) Contents: — A 
Tommy to his girl. — The girl at the 
station. [746 

© Dec. 21. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401634 ; Reynolds & co., London. 



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no. 1, 1918 



7G8 



U-boat (The) blues; words by L. L. 

Gibbs, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [747 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415158; 

Lulu L. Gibbs, Trenton, N. J. 

Ultimo (L') canto; romanza senza 
parole, di Giovanni Bolzoni [of 
Italy] ; quartetto d'archi (violino 1 
q 2 viola e 'cello) 4to. [748 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 401663; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Uncle Sam to the front; or, March 
of liberty, by J. Roberts [of U. S.], 
air. by Geo. Hansford [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [749 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918; E 415343: 
Jack Roberts, Sacramento. 

Unci.e Sammy; words by C. Davis, 

music by Nellie Risber Roberts [of 

U. S.] [750 

© Dec. 1. 1917: 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 

E 4165S7; Cliff Davis, Pittsburgh. 

Uncle Sammy take care of my giel ; 

words and melody by J. L. Morgan 

[of U. S.] [751 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416673; 

James Lewellyln Morgan, Chicago. 

Under the honey moon ; from Follow 
tha girl, words by Henry M. Blos- 
som, music by Zoel Parenteau Tof 
U. S.] [752 

© Jan. 7. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415321; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Under the Red, White and Blue; 

words by C. F. Turk's, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [753 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415159; 

Chas. F. Turkis, Detroit. 

Uniform system music scale nota- 
tion ; by D. Washeim [of U. S.l 

[754 
© 1 c. Jan. 10. 1918; E 418001; 
David Washeim. Wadsworth, Nev. 

Union (The) boys are coming; words 
bv Mary P. Savers, music by W. E. 
Potter [of U. S.] [755 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917; E 416520; Potter and Sayers, 
Plainwell, Mich. 

Unto us a child is born. See Han- 
del (G. F.) 

Up in the sky : words and music bv 

W. B. Hinton [of U. S.] [756 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; B 415218; 

•Villiam Burton Hinton, Muskogee, 

Jkl. 



Usaidit; waltz, by H. Walter* [of 
U. S.] ; arr. by Louis Bernfeld; 
piano. 4to. [757 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; E 415338 ; Herbert 
Walter, New York. 

Uz jdu (I'm coming) ; waltz arr. by 

Louis Vitak [of U. S.]; piano. [758 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415272 ; Georgi & Vitak music co.. 

Chicago. 

Vals (El) de los pa.taros ; opera en 
3 actos, libro di G. Firpo y J. Parera, 
musica de Clifton Worsley [of 
Spain] 1. 19-20. Caneion vals. ptas. 
2. 2. Vals lento sobre motivos. 
ptas, 2. 3. Couplets, no. 4. 4. One- 
step-rag, no. 18. [759-762 
© Dec. 31, 1917 : 1 c. each Jan. 2, 
1918; E 401688-401691; Union mu- 
sical espanola, Madrid. 

Valse Beth; by Ethel Wright [of 
Australia] ; piano, with violin and 
cornet parts. Auckland, New Zea- 
land. Anglo-American music store. 

[763 
© Dec. 28. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2. 1918 ; 
E 401610 ; Nicholson & co., ltd., Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

Valse (La) des pantius ; valse lente 
par Clifton Worsley [of Spain]; 
piano. [764 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401687: Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Valse-fox (La) ; nouvelle danse par 

L. Leblond, [of Spain] ; piano. . [765 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 

E 401749; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

Vanity ; scherzo-gavotta, by C. Bon- 
signore [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; piano. [766 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 416664; Mauro V. Cardilll. 
New York. 

Variations, v. 2. See Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van) 

Vaya calor; rumba-danzon, letra de 
V. Hernandez, musica de M. Amenft- 
bar [of Spain] ; piano. [767 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401732; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Ven a mi; cancion habanera, letra de 
J. Marino, musica di J. L. Media- 
Villa [of Spain] [768 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401723; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 



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Venezia nosta; versi e musica di 

Francesco Pennine- [of U. S.] [769 

© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1918 ; 

B 418126 ; James B. Russo, Brooklyn. 

Verda sera; habanera, letra de Edu- 
ardo Montesinos, musica di Manuel 
Pont [of Spain] ; piano. [770 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401736; Union musical espanola, 
Madrid. 

Vesnicko ma pod sumavou ; valclk, arr. 
by Louis Vitak [of U. S.] ; piano and 
song. [771 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415275 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 

Vesper time ; meditation by Carl Pf lue- 
ger, arr. by H. F. Odell [of U. S.] ; 
mandolin orch. [772 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415097; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Victory; now is Christ risen, Easter 
anthem, words from I Cor. xv, music 
by F. S. Raymond [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Choir music, no 52) 

[773 
© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415310 ; F. S. Raymond, Union 
Hill, N. J. 

Violet eyes. See Pot pourri. 

Vive la France; from Her regiment, 
words by Wm. Le Baron, music by 
Victor Herbert [of U. S.] [774 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416493; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 

Vivo e combatto stjl Carso scrive il 

CAPORAL MAGGIORE GIUSEPPE MUSO- 

lino ; versi di Carlo Forte, musica di 
Vincenso Chiara [of Italy] [775 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401606; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 
Volunteer boys the navy needs you ; 
words by Fred W. Hager, music by 
Justin Ring [of U. S.] [776 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415297; Ring and Hager, New 
York. 
Volunteer choir; v. 5, no. 4, Jan., 
1918; Editor, E. S. Lorenz, contrib- 
uting editors, Ira B. Wilson, Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick [and others of U. S.] 
New York, Dayton [etc.] Lorenz 
publishing company, 1917. 4to. [777 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
16, 1918 ; A 490410 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 



Wanderer's (The) sad return; 

words by C. A. Courtois, music by 

Roy Hartzell [of U. S.] [778 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 418149; 

Charles A. Courtois, New York. 

Wave Old Glory over all; words by 

J. R. Snyder, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [779 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415387; 

J. R. Snyder, Dallas Centre, la. 

We'll be there to meet you Sammy ; 
words by H. W. Hart, music by W. 
A. S. Parker [of U. S.] Leadville, 
W. A. S. Parker. [780 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416601; Hart and Parker, Lead- 
ville, Col. 

We'll be waiting when you come 
back home; words by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel, music by H. A. Rodeheaver 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Rodeheaver co. 

[781 
© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 416658; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

We'll knock the Heligo into Heligo 
out of Heligoland; one-step, two- 
step or march, by Theo. Morse, arr. 
by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[782 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416595. Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

We'll meet on the darkening trail; 

words and music by John Allen 

Cooke [of U. S.] [783 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415350; 

Cooke & Malool, Newark, N. J. 

We'll rag our way thru Germany, 
we will fox trot over the Rhine ; 
words by E. J. Tompkins, music by 
C. C. Miller [of U. S.] [784 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415359 ; Charles Courtway Miller, 
Dear Lodge, Mont. 

We'll show them what Americans 

can do; words and music by A. 

Felt [of U. S.] [785 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415327; 

Abraham Felt, New York. 

We need you, God speed you, Sam; 
words by Albert Kennedy, music by 
W. Wolff [of U. S.], arr. by Mr. 
Chaffin [of U. S.] [786 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415339; 
Walter Wolff, New York. 



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no. 1, 191S 



804 



We're going over the top and we'll 
be marching thro berlin in the 
morning ; words and music by An- 
drew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman, 
Arthur Lange of U. S.] [787 

© Jan. 3, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 416549 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

We're on our way to meet you, 
General Pershing ; words and mu- 
sic by G. Merle [of U. S.] Brooklyn, 
Queen music co. [788 

© Dec. 19. 1917; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1917; E 416509: George Merle, 
Brooklyn. 

We're on the road to France ; words 

by C. Davis, music by Nellie Risher 

Roberts [of U. S.] [789 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 4165S5 ; Cliff Davis, Pittsburg. 

We're out to save the Star Span- 
gled Banner ; words by M. J. Kew, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.l 

[790 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415384; 

Michael J. Kew, Beamsville, Canada. 

We're smashing through their 
strongest lines ; words by Herman 
Bochler, music by B. M. Wolfe [of 
U. S.] [791 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 416572; 
Boyd M. Wolfe, Muskegon, Mich. 

We're tenting to-night. See National 
melodies. 

We will defend our land ; words and 
music by N. C. Christiansen [of Den- 
mark, domiciled, at Beresford, Fla.] 

[792 
© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1917; E 416481; N. C. Christiansen, 
New York. 

Weeping Mary; anthem, words from 
Afro-American folk songs, music by 
R. Nathaniel Dett [of IT. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [793 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418117; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

What do you sat, boys ; words and 
music by C. Harold Lowden [of 
U. S.] [794 

© Nov. 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416570; Acme pub. co., Philadel- 
phia. 

What is your opinion, Kaiser Bill; 
words and music by A. A. Westman 
[of U. S.], harmonized bv Jean 
Walz [of U. S.] [795 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 418002; A. A. Westman, Chicago. 



What's the use of bein' good ; words 
anon., music by Nate Salsbury [of 
U. S.] (In Book of children's songs, 
no. 10) [796 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415115; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

When I come back; words and mel- 
ody by A. M. Stabinski [of U. S.] 

[797 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 415290; 
Anthony Martin Stabinski, Phila- 
delphia. 

When I come back to you; words 
and music by M. Questod [of U. S.] 

[798 
© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1917 ; E 416505 ; 
Mabel Questod, Conde, S. D. 

When I'm thru with the arms of 
the army I'll come back to the 
arms of you; words and music by 
Earl Carroll [of U. S.] [799 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1918; E 416599; Leo Feist, New 
York. 

When love is true; by J. M. Bald- 
win [of U. S.] op. 45; piano. Bos- 
ton, Evans music co. [800 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418162; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

When the boys from Dixie eat the 
melon on the Rhine; words by 
Alfred Bryan, music by Ernest 
Breuer [of U. S.] New York, Rich- 
mond, publisher. [801 
© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 415314; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 

When the golden sunset sinks be- 
yond the sea; words and music by 
A. Lay cock [of U. S.], arr. by N. L. 
Ridderhof. Los Angeles, Pacific 
coast song pub. co. [802 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1917; E 418119; Arrowsmith Lay- 
cock, Los Angeles. 

When the King shall come; words 
bv Julia H. Johnston, music by E. 
L. Wolslagel [of U. S.] [803 

© July 15, 1016; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1918 ; E 416574 ; Robert H. Coleman, 
Dallas. 

When the mysterious aviator flies 
o'er the sea; words by M. McD, 
Cobb, music by Robt. H. Brennen 
[of U. S.] [804 

© Dec. 5, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 
E 415194; M. McD. Cobb, Wilson, 
N. C. 



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805 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



When the hest return from war ; 

words by G. E. Speck, jr., music by 

.: E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [805 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415151; 

Geo. E. Speck, jr., Great Falls, Mont. 

When the right girl is there; 

words by Dermot Darby, music by 

Robert Casa [pseud, of Robert Casa- 
! desus, of France, domiciled at New 

York] : [806 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; E 415373 ; 

Robert Casadesus, New York. 

When the Sammies pick the plum ; 
words by Mrs. T. T. Barbour, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[807 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 415152; 
Mrs. Theron T. Barbour, Seattle. 

When we get in the trenches over 

' there; words by J. P. Spaulding, 

music by C. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [808 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; E 415161 ; J. 

P. Spaulding, Wichita, Kan. 

When we land somewhere in 
France; words by F. A. Landers, 
music by George M. Vail [of U. S.] 

[809 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418068; 
Frank A. Landers, Philadelphia. 

When you play with the heart of 
r a girl; words by Geo. A. Little, 

• music by Albert Von Tilzer [of U. 
S.] [810 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416626; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

When you're away ; words and music 

' by J. Jordan [of U. S.] New York, 

..Trinity music co. [811 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1917.; E 416503 ; Julian Jordan, New 

York. 

When you see that starry banner; 

• words by Mrs. M. A. Estep, music 
' by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[812 
,, © % c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 4166S1 ; 
Minnie A. Estep, Pittsburgh. 

^Hen' you were the world to me; 

words by W. Jerome and Harold L. 

' Cool, music by Harry Ellis and 

• Arthur J. Daly [of U. S.j [813 
;: ,©' Doe. 11, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 12, 
r 1917; <E 418060; William Jerome, 

music pub., New York. 



When you whisper the last good- 
bye; words by (Ward) Morde 
Smith, music by Charles T. Edwards 
[of U. S.] [814 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415172 ; One price music co., Wil- 
mington, Del. 

When your eyes looked into mine; 
words by Arthur Angyalfi, music by 
Albert Vete [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice. [815 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415355 ; Artmusic, inc., New York. 

Where the dear old flag is waving ; 

words by J. M. Sullivan, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [816 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416695; 

J. M. Sullivan, Baraboo, Wis. 

While shepherds watched; a sacred 
Christmas cantata, words by Lizzie 
De Armond, music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] [817 

© Oct. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416567 ; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Who was the father of the chil- 
dren WHO lived with the woman 
Who lived in the shoe ; words by 
Chris Pender, music by Nat Vincent 
[of U. S.] [818 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415057; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Why did you make love to me when 
you didn't mean it at all ; words 
by Harold De Mund, music by 
George Dennis [of U. S.] [819 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415171 ; De Mund & Dennis, New 
York. 

Why don't they knight Charlie 
Chaplin ; words and music by Ar- 
chie Naish [of Great Britain] [820 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; 
E 401627 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Will Santa Claus find me in heaven ; 
words and music by E. M. Fry [of 
U. S.l St. Louis, Shattiriger piano 
& music co. [821 

© Dec. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418074 ; Ethel May Fry, Flora, 111. 

Wind (The) ; words by Rebecca Sals- 
bury, music by Nate Salsbury [of 
U. S.] {In Book of children's songs, 
no. 3) [822 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 : 
E 415108; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 



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no. 1, 1918 



Wind's (The) lullaby; words and 
music by B. Consuelo Cook [of U. S.] 

[823 
© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1917; E 416526; Clayton F. Summy 
Co., Chicago. 

With all my heart and soul ; words 
by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Er- 
nest R. Ball [of U. S.l ; low voice in 
A flat. [824 

© Jan. 5, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918; 
E 416643 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

With banners gay. See Christmas 
songs for primary children. 

Wonderful (The) silvery sea; words 
by Clifford Grey, music by T. C. 
Sterndale Bennett [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; both notations. [825 
© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401637 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Wonderful (A) story. See Christmas 
songs for primary children. 

Woodland (The) (Im wald) ; waltz 
chorus, German text by E. Buek. 
English words and music by Albert 
Mildenberg [of U. S.] ; three part 
chorus of women's voices. (Octavo 
choruses for women's voices, no. 
248) [826 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415065 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

Woodland scenes ; eight little pieces 
for the young, by Alfred Redhead 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. [827 
© Nov. 30, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 28, 
1917; E 401659; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

World (The) must be free; patriotic 
rally song, words and music by M. 
B. Vanderwater [of U. S.] [828 

© 1 c. Dec. 18, 1917; E 415131; 
Matie Brayton Vanderwater, Chi- 
cago. 

World war; by C. H. Lochmann [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. [829 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 416573; 
Charles H. Lochmann, New York. 

Wreath (A) of roses; by Dorothy V. 
Crammond [of U. S.] op. 6; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [830 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 418159; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Yankee Doodle. See National melo- 
dies. 



Yankee (The) Doodle two step; 
words by S. H. Morrison, melody by' 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [831 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415331 
S. H. Morrison, Plymouth, Mass. 

Yankee (A) gunner in the navy 
words and music by J. A. Hurley 
[of U. S.], arr. by Robert De Socio 

[832 
© Jan. 9, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 
E 418141; Joseph Arthur Hurley, 
New York. 

Yearning. See Chambers (Lena 
Wheeler) Three poetic etudes. 

Yiddishe (A) troike; words by Sh. 
Frug, volks motiv arr. by. J. M. 
Rumshisky [of U. S.] [833 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415209 ; Hebrew pub. co.. New 
York. 

Yo me condeno ; letra y musica de J: 

Martinez Abades [of Spain] [834 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 401741 ; Union musical espanola, 

Madrid. 

You bid me forget you ; words by W. 
J. Candlish, music by W. A. S. Parker 
[of U. S.] Leadville, W. A. S. 
Parker. [835 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416600; Candlish and Parker, 
Leadville, Col. 

YOU MADE THE WORLD WORTH WHILE; 

words and music by Percy Edgar 
and Ed. Cuthbertson [of Great Brit- 
ain] [836 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401615; Charles Sheard & co.. 
London. 

Y'ou're my only world; words by C. 
M. Kelly, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [837 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416687; 
C. Milton Kelly, Indianapolis. 

Young (The) mother (Di junge mut- 
ter) ; text by Abraham Raisin, Eng- 
lish words by Leah W. Leonard, 
music by Pinchos Jassinowsky [of 
Russia, domiciled at St. Louis] St. 
Louis, Mo., Raigor art and music co. 

[838 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 418118; Jacob Raigor, St. Louis. 

Your country needs you; words by 
Mrs. A. Townsend, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [839 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 416688; 
Mrs. Albert Townsend. Great Falls, 
Mont. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13, no. 1, 1918 



Your mother is thinking of you; 
words by Bill Stinger, music by G. 
M. Desmond, arr. by Clarence II. 
Kaull [of U. S.] [840 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415130; 
Glenn M. Desmond, Los Angeles. 

Your Uncle Sam's Sammy; words 
and music by W. M. Shields, arr. by 
Shattinger piano and music co. [of 
U. .S.] [841 

© 1 c. Sept. 31, 1917; E 415139; 
Will Mitt Shields, Columbia, Tenn. 

Zahucely hory; pochod, arr. by 
Louis Vitak [of U. S.] ; piano and 
song. [842 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415282 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 



Zaidee, the flower girl of Bagdad; 
comic opera in four acts, words and 
lyrics by W. I. Foley, music by 
Mario Hadiger [of Spain] [843 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1917; D 19819; 
William I. Foley, Los Angeles. 

Zamp-a-zamp rag; by Ernest F. Wag- 
ner [of U. S.] ; piano. [844 
'' © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; E 418086; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

ZelenI hosI, [neb] Na ty louce 
zeleny; pochod, arr. by Louis Vitak 
[of U. S.] ; piano and song. [845 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415281 ; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 

Zephyr. See Pot pourri. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1917 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 3 unpublished) 6 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 151 unpublished) 839 

Total 845 



48 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [845 



Adele gavotte : par H. Pietsch, op. 21 ; 
piano. [1 

© by Hermann Pietsch, % Ed- 
ward Sehnberth & co.. New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10980, Dec. 17, 1917. 
Original entry. Sept. 10. 1890, no. 
27833. 

Ax choked (The) soul; words by W. 
O. dishing, music by Robert Lowry. 

[2 
© by Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 10966. Dec. 12. 1917. Renewal 
entry, Jan. 4, 1904, no. C. 62291. 

Beautiful springtime; waltz bril- 
lante by L. Fisher ; piano. [3 

© by Leander Fisher, San Diego, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10971, Dec. 12, 
1917. Original entry, Mar. 20, 1890, 
no. 9139. 

College songs ; compiled by Henry 
Randall Waite. [4 

© by Carrie A. Waite, East 
Orange, N. J., as widow* of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10978, Dec. 12, 1917. 
Original entry, Apr. 14, 1890, no. 
12391. 

Comme il faut! grand galop par 
Charles Koelling; piano k quatre 
mains. [5 

© by Mrs. C. Koelling, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10979. Dec. 
13, 1917. Original entry, Sept. 10, 
1890, no. 27832. 

Creep baby creep ; by C. K. Harris. 

[6 
© by Chas. K. Harris, New York, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10962, Dec. 12. 
1917. Original entry, June 11. 1890, 
no. 18949. 



Day in the woods ; cantata for juve- 
niles by C. H. Gabriel. [7 
© by Charles H. Gabriel, Chicago, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10974, Dec. 12. 
1917. Original entry, Apr. 14, 1890, 
no. 12396. 

Festival procession ; by H. Kaun, op. 
18, no. 5. [8 

© by Hugo Kaun, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10960, Dec. 11, 1917. 
Original entry, Sept. 10, 1890, no. 
27838. 

Gladys waltz ; by A. E. Greely. [9 
© by A. E. Greely, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10968, Dec. 12, 1917. 
Original entry, Mar. 3, 1890, no. 
7344. 

Glory to God in the highest; by 
Geo. A. Veaz'e. [10 

© by Grace R. Veazie, Chelsea, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10969, Dec. 12, 1917. Original en- 
try, Mar. 10, 1890, no. 8067. 

Happy day; words by Henly Thom- 
son, music by A. Strelezki, no. 28; 
with violin, flute or violoncello ad 
lib. by I. Hollman, rev. and ed. by 
A. Saxon ; no. 1 in D. [11 

© by Avon Saxon, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 11000, Nov. 17, 1917. 
Original entry, May 7, 1890, no. 
15094. 

In distant land; by H. Kaun, op. 18, 
no. 2. [12 

© by Hugo Kaun % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10957, Dec. 11, 1917. 
Original entry, Sept. 10, 1890, no. 
27835. 



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845 (13) 



pt. iii, n. s., v. 13 



In peaceful vale; by H. Kaun, op. 
18, no. 4. [13 

© by Hugo Kaun, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10959, Dec. 11, 1917. 
Original entry, Sept. 10, 1890, no. 
27837. 

In the summer even ; words by Har- 
riet Prescott Spofford, music by 
Gerrit Smith. [14 

© by Mrs. Gerrit Smith, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10981, 
Dec. 17, 1917. Original entry, Sept. 
17, 1890, no. 28624. 

Kaun (Hugo) waltz; by H. Kaun, 
op. 18, no. 6. [15 

© by Hugo Kaun, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10961, Dec. 11, 1917. 
Original entry, Sept. 10, 1890, no. 
; 27839. 

Mazurka; by H. Kaun, op. 18, no. 3. 

[16 
I ©. by Hugo Kaun, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
•author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10958, Dec. 11, 1917. 
Original entry, Sept. 10, 1890, no. 
27836. 

Menuet; by H. Kaun, op. 18, no. 1. 

[17 
© by Hugo Kaun, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no . 10958, Dec. 11, 1917. 
• Original entry, Sept. 10, 1890, no. 
27834. 

Morning rambles; by Robert Lowry. 

[18 

© by Mary Runyon Lowry, 

. Plainsfield, N. J., as widow of the 

1 author, in extension for 14 years. 

! : Renewal no. 10965, Dec. 12, 1917; 

Renewal entry, Jan. 4, 1904, no. 

C 62290. 



My ain countree; words by Mary 
Lee Demarest, music by Howard M. 
Dow; sop. or ten. in F min. [19 

© by Arthur Malcolm Dow, New 
York, as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10975, Dec. 12, 1917; 
Original entry, Apr. 14, 1890, no. 
12407. 

November days ; song by Gerrit Smith. 

[20 
© by Mrs. Gerrit Smith, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10982, 
Dec. 17, 1917. Original entry, Sept. 
17, 1890, no. 28625. 

Resurrection (The) ; Easter anthem, 
words by Dan'l J. Donahoe, music 
by Costa, arr. by F. Vinal; cho. 
and soli. [21 

© by Frederic Vinal, Boston, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10970, Dec. 12, 1917; 
Original entry, Mar. 10, 1890, no. 
8069. 

Rose of Killarney; words by Geo. 
Cooper, music by J. R. Thomas. [22 
© by Clara Thomas, % Chas. H. 
Ditson & co., New York, as child of 
the deceased author, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 10967, 
Dec. 12, 1917. Renewal entry, Jan. 
2, 1904, no. C 71321. 

Soldier's farewell; song by J. Jor- 
dan. [23 
© by Jules Jordan, Providence, 
R. I., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10972, Dec. 
12, 1917. Original entry, Apr. 7, 
1890, no. 11518. 

Spring is come ; by W. H. Neidlinger ; 
sop. [24 

© by W. H. Neidlinger, East 
Orange, N. J., as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10986, Dec. 20, 1917. Original en- 
try, Feb. 1, 1890, no. 4209. 



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LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [845 



Absence brings you nearer to my 

heart. [25 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 126. 

At the end of a day. [26 

© Artnrusic, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 127. 

AU REVOIR, BUT NOT GOOD-BYE. SOLDIER 
BOY. [27 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 17. 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

Avec elan. [28 

© Artmusic, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 17, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

B. (The) & O. ; from The grass widow. 

[29 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

Batter up. [30 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 
29, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3 ; p. 127. 

Belgian rose. [31 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 1918; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 127. 

Bring home the victory. [32 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 15, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 125. 

Cannibal (The) king. [33 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 14. 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 125. 
Cotton pickers picnic day. [34 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 128. 
Dear heart, I love you so. [35 

© Artmusic, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 17, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 



Do it for me ; from Going up. [36 

© M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 127. 

Eyes of youth. [37 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

Going up ; from Going up. [38 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

I don't know what you see in me. [39 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 
28, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 127. 

If they ever put a tax on love. [40 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 127. 

It's a long ways back to school days. 

[41 
© Al Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

Jazzin' the cotton town blues. [42 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

Kaiser Bill, you've got a lot to an- 
swer for. [43 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 128. 

My beautiful Egypt. [44 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

My Broadway butterfly ; from Words 

and music. [45 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3. p. 126. 



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My mind's made up to marry Caro- 
line. [46 
© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 19, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 127. 

My rainbow girl ; from The rainbow 

girl. [47 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 126. 

Oh you don't know what you're 
missin'. [48 

© Artmusic, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 19, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 127. 

On the road to home sweet home. 

[49 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

Over the sea to Germanee. [50 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

Soldiers of the sea. [51 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

Stop your camouflaging with me; 

from Words and music. [52 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 126. 

Sweet little buttercup. [53 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

There'll be a hot time for the old 
men. [54 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 18, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 127. 

There's a service flag flying at our 

house. [55 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 15, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 125. 

There's one little girl. [56 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 28, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 127. 



They'll be whistling it all over 

town ; from Words and music. [57 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 126. 

Throw me a kiss. [58 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1918 
recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

Touch (The) of a woman's hand 
from Going up. [59 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York 
Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 1918 ; recorded 
v. 3, p. 127. 

Way down there. [60 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 325. 

When the cherry trees are bloom- 
ing in Japan. [61 
© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 

When you hear that raggy refrain. 

[62 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 17, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 125. 

When you play with a heart of a 

girl. [63 

© Broadway music Corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 17, 1918; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 126. 

When your eyes looked into mine. 

[64 
© Artmusic, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 17. 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 126. 

While driving his bus all around. 

[65 
© Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 127. 

With all my heart and soul. [66 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 14, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 125. 

YOU CAN FIND A LITTLE BIT OF DIXIE- 
LAND, NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE. 

[67 

© M. Witrnark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 126. 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1S91, 
OF JUNE £0, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3; 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1918 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
No. 2 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1918 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users or this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions.— (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van) ; Brahms (Johannes) ; Liszt (Franz) ; Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) ; 
Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch); and Wagner 
(Richard). In case of all such works, however, there are cross references in 
the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints.— As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 



(ir) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



'A canzone d' 'o vico; versi di B. U. 
Netti (Canetti), musica di Giuseppe 
Capaldo [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. 46. (La canzonetta, no. 856) 

[846 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401824; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

A chi se vo' cehiu bene; versi di 
C. De Flaviis. musica di F. Buongio- 
vanni [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & 
c. [847 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918: E 401935; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

'A leva d' 'e femmene; versi di B. U. 
Netti (Canetti), ruusica del Vin- 
cenzo Valente [of Italy] ; canto e 
raandolino. 4to.. (La canzonetta, 
no. 802) [848 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401827; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

'A ntrasatta; versi di A. Barbieri, 
musica di N. Valente [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [849 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401940; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

'A polca; versi di G. Capurro, musica 
di E. Cannio [of Italy] ; canto e 
mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli & c. [850 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401937; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

'A prtmma unammubata; versi di E. 
Murolo, musica di P. Fonzo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [851 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401941; Italian book co., 
New York. 

'A serenata ; versi di L. Bovio, musica 
di G. Lama [of Italy] ; canto e man- 
dolino. 4to. (La canzonetta, no. 
834) [852 

© Sept. 1. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918: E 401826; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 



'A sfugliatella ; versi di G. Capurro, 
musica di E. Bannio [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [853 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401910; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Abroad in old Hungary. See Irsa 
(A. I. de) 

Addio, ammore; versi di R. Ferraro 
Correra, musica di E. Bellini [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino ; Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [854 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401936; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Adulation; tune. See Jerusalem my 
happy home. 

After Jasper turned the lights all 
out; words and music by Z. Fitz- 
Gerald [of U. S.] [855 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416831; 
Zeph Fitz-Gerald, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

After the battle is over then you 
can come back to me; words and 
music by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Ana- 
tol Friedland [of U. S.] [856 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 416743; Gilbert & Fried- 
land, inc., New York. 

After the war ; words by C. S. Black- 
schleger, music by Mary E. Cox [of 
U. S.] [857 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415498; Charles Sol Black- 
schleger, Cincinnati. 

After the war many a chair will 
be vacant ; words bj T H. D. Shaiffer, 
music by Clarence Kohlmann [of 
U. S.] [858 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 415658; Harry D. Shaiffer, 
Philadelphia. 

Aggia sfuca (La sensibile) ; versi di 
A. D'Ambrosio, musica di Mario 
Nicolo [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. 4to. (La canzonetta no. 810) 

[859 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401825; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



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Agustina; serenade, by Z. Raiioa [of 

U. S.] ; violin solo. [860 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; B 418466; 
Zacarias Raiioa, Seattle. 

Ah, Carlotta; versi di M. A. Man- 
cini, musica di G. Bonavolonta [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 
(La canzonetta, no. 852) [861 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401828 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Alcune volte si, alctjne volte no ; 
versi di F. M. Russo, musica di P. 
S. Gataldo [of Italy] [862 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418263; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Alimony blues ; words by Rennold 
Wolf, music by Louis A. Hirscli Tof 
U. S.] [863 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 415598 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

All a merry May-time. See Songs of 
springtime. 

All hail the power of Jesus' name; 
set to tune Maure, words by F. Per- 
ronet, music by H. F. Asbury [of 
U. S.] [864 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415444; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

All souls ; tune. See Alleluia hearts 
and voices. 

All the colored people are leavin' 
the South ; words and music by E. 
Williams [of U. S.] Los Angeles, 
Cal., E. L. Ballenger music pub. co. 

[865 
© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1918; 
E 418185; Edward Williams, Los 
Angeles. 

All the Sammies think a lot of 
the girls ; marching song, words 
and music by W. W. Hall, arr. by 
Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] [866 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 415488; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

Alleluia; a joyous Easter hymn 17th 
century, words by Norah Phillips, 
music arr. by G. O'Connor-Morris 
[of Great Britain] ; no. 2 in E flat. 

[867 
© Dec. 13, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1.918; E 401951; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Alleluia hearts and voices; set to 
tune All souls, words by C. Words- 
worth, music by H. F. Asbury [of 
U. S.] [868 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415439; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Allen (Henry) Impromptu (La) ; 
by H. Allen, arr. by H. Allen and 
Ettie A. Allen [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[869 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415413; 
Henry Allen, Los Angeles. 

Alp-andacht ; Schweizer volkslied, 
text und inusik von F. Zimmermann 
[of Switzerland, domiciled at New 
York] [870 

© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418479; Fritz Zimmermann, New 
York. 

Altes (Henry) Twenty-six studies 
for flute ; from the method by Henry 
Altes, ed. by George Barrdre [of 
France, domiciled at New York] 
(Schirmer's library, v. 1296) [871 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415613; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Although we parted long ago ; words 
and arr. of melody by J. Fesinmeyer 
[of U. S.], melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[872 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418425; 
Joseph Fesinmeyer, New York. 

Always stick to your Uncle Sam; 

words by T. Sims, jr., music by Fred 

Campione [of U. S.] [873 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1918; E 415636; 

Thomas Sims, jr., Newark, N. J. 

A-m-e-r-i-c-a ; words by C. C. McKinley, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [874 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415677; 

C. C. McKinley, Los Angeles. 

America and humanity; words by A. 
Adams, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [875 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415552; 
Angel Adams, Detroit. 

America, dear homeland; words by 

A. M. Noble, music by D. Jackson 

[of U. S.] [876 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 418087; 

Donald Jackson, Providence, R. I. 



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no. 2. 191S 



Amekica'll win the war; words and 
music by M. S. By water [of U. S.l 

[S77 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415618; 

Mary Scott Bywater, Duluth, Minn. 

America our land shall be ; patriotic 

song, words by George Stewart, 

music by E. S. Loreuz [of U. S.l 

[S78 
© Jan. 6, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1918; 
E 418205; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 
America star of the west ; words and 
music by C. G. Goodwin, arr. by 
Homer Tourjee [of U. S.] [S79 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 41573S ; 
Clarice Garland Goodwin, Pasadena. 
America the beautiful; march, by 
Will C. Macfarlane [of U. S.l ; 
piano. TSSO 

© Sept. 4, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416791 ; Cressey & Allen, Portland, 
Me. 

• arr. by Willard Mayberry 

[of U. S.l ; 1. Band, 24mo. 2. Orch., 
4to. [881, 882 

© Jan. 26. 191S ; 2 c. each Feb. 4, 
1918; E 4167S8, 416789; Cressey & 
Allen, Portland, Me. 

■ three-part song, words by Kath- 

erine Lee Bates, music by George B. 
Nevin [of U. S.l ; women's voices. 
4to. [S83 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 4157S8 ; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 
America the second ; words by C. W. 
Clark, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [884 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415695; 

C. W. Clark, Pensacola, Fla. 
American (The) girl; words by Har- 
old Otis, music by J. H. Densmore 
[of U. S.] Bostou. C. W. Thompson 
co. [885 

© Jan. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28. 1918 ; 
E 415576 ; John H. Densmore, Brook- 
line, Mass. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangementl 
American rag ; words and music by 

D. Travaline [of U. S.] [886 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 415749; 

Don Travaline, Camden, N. J. 
American soldiers in France ; set to 
air Shepherd boy, words and music 
by E. Clinton, arr. by Howard R. 
York [of U. S.] [SS7 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 415504; Eugene Clinton, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes in words and music] 



America's final word ; words by C. J. 
W. Mulvey, music by A. M. Lupe 
[of U. S.] [888 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416775; Charles J. W. Mulvey & 
Arthur M. Lupe, New York. 

America's first fall in world's war ; 
words and arr. of melody by W. 
Rannels [of U. S.], melody by M. 
DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.l [S89 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418427; 
Wm, Rannels, Oakdale, Pa. 

America's marching song; words by 
M. A. Maxon, music by C. M. Maxon 
[of U. S.] 4to. [S90 

© Nov. 5, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 26, 1917; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 410433; C. M. 
Maxon, Walworth, Wis. 
Ammore che ride; tarantella, versi di 
Festo Vetroni, musica di E. Cannio 
[of Italy! ; canto e mandolino. Na- 
poli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [891 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401938; Italian book co., New 
York. 
Ammore e sentimento; versi di R. 
Ferraro-Correra, musica di P. Fonzo 
[of Italy! ; canto & mandolino. Na- 
poli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [892 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401939; Italian book co., 
New York. 
Among friends ; a musical addition of 
eight songs to be used as part of the 
three act comedy, words and melody 
by O. De W. Allen [of U. S.] ; instru- 
mental. [893 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; E 418211 ; Ade 
De Wolfe Allen and May Wellington 
Allen, New York. 
Among the pines; concert waltz, by 
W. C. Stahl [of U. S.] ; mand. orch. 

[894 

© Jan. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 

E 418307 ; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

An die schweiz ; volkslied, text und 

musik von F. Zimmermann [of 

Switzerland, domiciled at New York! 

[895 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 418478; Fritz Zimmermann, New 
York. 
And that's a man ; song in the pro- 
duction, Airs and graces, words by 
Clifford Harris and Donald Gilbert, 
music by Jas. W. Tate [of England! 

[896 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401797; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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pt. in. n. s., v. 13 



Andante cantabile ; by Herbert Ralph 

Ward [of U. S.] ; piano. [897 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 

E 418301 ; Edward Schuberth & co., 

New York. 

Angeline ; words by M. E. Curtis, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[898 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415542; 
Mary Elizabeth Curtis, Amarillo, 
Tex. 

Angelo biondo ; amore, versi di Alberto 
Lania, musica di Mario Nicold [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 793) [899 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401879 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Anita; por R. Balseiro [of Porto 
Rico] ; piano, no. 3. (In Danzas 
cortas) [900 

© Jan. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416768; Rafael Balseiro, San 
Juan, P. R. 

Anniversary ; tune. See O Sion haste. 

Anthem (The) of democracy; When 
wilt Thou save the people, words by 
Ebenezer Elliott, music by J. Sebas- 
tian Matthews [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [901 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415727; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Antonio — my boy ; Italian waltz song, 
words and music by Joseph Buell 
Carey [of U. S.] [902 

© Jan. 21, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918 ; E 418488 ; Buell music co., San 
Francisco. 

Any mother. See Rosnes (M. J.) 
Two songs. 

Apres la pluie. See Suite d'un re- 
veur. 

April love. See Songs of springtime. 

Arabian nights ; intermezzo, by Al- 
bert Franz [of U. S.] ; piano. [903 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418104; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Are you coming back to sunny Caro- 
lina ; words and music by Walter 
Smith, arr. by Arthur Fisk [of 
U. S.] [904 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416820; 
Ralph Hyatt. San Francisco. 



Aristocrat (The) ; march, by H. J. 
Crosby [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [905 
© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1917 ; 
E 414984; Cundy-Bettoney co., Bos- 
ton. 

Armies (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
by Ina Gainer, music and arr. by A. 
M. Newell [of U. S.] [906 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415502; 
Augusta Mae Newell, Oklahoma City, 
Okl. 

Around the house that Jack built; 
words and music by Bud DeSylva 
[of U. S.] [907 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418443; Daniels & Wilson, 
inc., San Francisco. 

As we're marching to old Berlin; 

words and music by J. Van Burk [of 

U. S.] [908 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416729; 

Jay Van Burk, Lakeview, Wy. 

At a lattice window; by Louis 

Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.], op. 101, 

no. 2; piano. [909 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 415239 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

At morning. See Songs of springtime. 

At the foot of the cross ; the inva- 
lid's dream, words by M. R. Meyer, 
music by Everett J. Evans [of U. S.] 

[910 
© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 418042 ; Mary Ruth Meyer, Bruns- 
wick, Ga. 

At the gypsy camp ; duet, by Mathilde 

Bilbro [of U. S.] ; 2 pianos. [911 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918; E 415643; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

At the wedding; march, from Here 
comes the bride, by Chas. A. Young 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [912 

© Sept. 21, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418202; Walter Jacobs, Bos- 
ton. 

Attaboy: words by B. C. Wilson, mu- 
sic by Robert H. Brennen [of U. S.] 
Clarinda, Nodaway music co. [913 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418319; Bert C. Wilson, 
Clarinda, la. 

AU REVOIR BUT NOT GOOD-BYE J WOrdS 

and music by T. A. Bernard [of 
U. S.] [914 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415711; 
Theodore A. Bernard, Camp Devens, 
Mass. 



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no. 2, 191S 



933 



AU REVOIR BUT NOT GOOD-BYE — Contd. 

words by S. S. Humphrey, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[915 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415712; 
S. Louise Humphrey, Schenectady, 
N. T. 

Aurea; por R. Balseiro [of Porto 
Rico] : piano ; no. 2. (In Danzas 
cortas) [916 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4. 1918 ; 
E 416767; Rafael Balseiro, San 
Juan, P. R. 

Aux etoiles. Suite d'un reveur. 

Ave Maria ; by E. P. Roma [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [917 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416825; 

Elise Pardow Roma, San Francisco. 

Ave Regina; paroles, liturgiques, 
musique de Florent Schmitt [of 
France), op. 60, pour 4 voix mixtes 
avec ace. d'orgue. (Cinq motets, no. 
2) [918 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401984; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Ave rekaba ; tune. See Brightest and 
best. 

Aviator song ; words and music by K. 
Merkau [of Germany, domiciled at 
San Francisco] [919 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 
E 415508; Karl Merkau, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Awake America ; words and music by 

J. F. Gaithness [of U. S.] [920 

© Dec. 19, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 29, 

1917; E 418471; Jeanne Falconer 

Gaithness, Everett, Wash. 

Amakening (The) of spring; cantata 
for children, words by Laura Roun- 
tree Smith, music by J. S. Fearis 
[of U. S.] 4to. [921 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan 28, 
1918 ; E 415522 ; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 

Away to duty; words by Mrs. J. W. 
Parmenter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [922 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418347; 
Mrs. J. W. Parmenter, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Babillarde ; a une aronde, pogsie, de J. 
A. de Bai'ff (xvi e siecle), musique de 
Marcelle Soulage [of France] ; mel- 
odie pour mezzo et piano. [923 

© Dec. 29. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401998; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie, Paris. 



Back from over there; words and 
music by R. M. South [of U. S.] 

[924 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415760; 
Richard M. South, Palmyra, Mo. 

Back in home sweet home with 
dear old gray haired mother; 
words by A. Sayler, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [925 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418322; 
Annie Sayler, Elmer, Mo. 

Back to rest. See Green (Charles) 
Five poems. 

Banjo (The) bugs; rag, by J. H. 
Johnstone [of U. S.] 1. Mand. 2. 
Banjo. [926, 927 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. each Jan. 
23, 1918; E 418490, 418491; James 
Hart Johnstone, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Banners (The) wave; march, by 
Frederick A. Williams [of U. S.1, 
op. 99, no. 1; piano. [928 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418418 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Batter up; words by Harry Tighe, 
music by H. Von Tilzer [of U. S.] 

[929 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415465; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

Battle (The) across the sea; words 
by W. H. Daugherty, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[930 
© Jan. 19, 1918; E 418340; Wm. 
H. Daugherty, Republic, Pa. 

Battle cry of peace; words by M. P. 
Boling, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [931 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 41S332; 
Mollie Pittman Boling, Parksville, 
Ky. 

Battle hymn of the Allies ; words 
by D. G. Hubbard, music by H. B. 
Roland [of U. S.] [932 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415529; 
Mrs. Dora G. Hubbard, Lavoy, 
Canada. 

Battle hymn of the Republic ; words 
by Julia Ward Howe, music by Jules 
Jordan [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Secular part-songs, no. 6513) [933 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418440 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 



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934 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13" 



Battle (The) march of liberty; 
words and music by T. Henckels 
[of U. S.] New York, P. B. Story. 

[934 
© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918 ; E 418223 ; Theodore Henckels, 
Washington. 

Be brave little girl, don't grieve; 
words and music by S. R. Harcourt 
[of U. S.] [935 

© Feb. 2. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 415741; Stillwell R. Harcourt, 
Chicago. 

Beautiful Angels ; waltz, by Z. 
Ranoa [of U. S.] ; violin solo. [936 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418465; 
Zacarias Ranoa, Seattle. 

Beautiful baby; words by W. J. Mc- 
Cormack, music by Joseph Laudes 
Mann [of U. S.] Denver, Col., 
Landes-Carlyle pub. co. [937 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418407; William J. McCor- 
mack, Denver. 

Beautiful Ohio; waltz, by Mary 

Earl [of U. S.] ; piano.' [93S 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418270; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., New York. 

Beautiful rainbow ; waltz, by H. F. 

Odell [of U. S.] ; mand. orch. [939 

© Jan. 10, 191 S; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1918; E 418098; H. F. Odell & co., 

Boston. 

Because you're mine; words and 
music by L. Fenderson [of U. S.J 
New York, Harding's music house. 

[940 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1918 ; E 415755 ; Louise Fenderson, 
Oswego, N. Y. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Trios; par 
Beethoven, op. 1, nos. 1-3, revision 
par Paul Dukas [of France] ; piano, 
violon et violoncelle, l er vol. [941 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401991; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Before I met you; from Oh, lady, 
lady, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[942 
© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 415458; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 



Before we're through; words by W. 

E. Haseltine, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [943 

© Jan. 19, 1918 ; E 418300 ; W. E. 

Haseltine, Dexter, Me. 

Bel (D) Ciccillo; marcha comica,. 
versi e musica di Gustavo De Marco, 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandoliuo. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli e c. [944 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401901; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Bella, pecche si bella; versi di A. 
Barbieri, musica di Tony Procida 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [945 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401942; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Benedictus; by I. Barton [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [946 

© Jan. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 

E 416720; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Benedictus, Coelestis urbs [and] 
Qui tollis; words anon, music by 
P. L. Amon [of U. S.] [947 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 416761; Phillip L. Amon, 
Jersey City. 

Bill; from Oh lady, lady, words by 
P. G. Wodehouse, music bv Jerome 
Kern [of U. S.] [948 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416771; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Birthday (The) story; white gifts 
for the King; a Christmas service, 
prepared by Jessie Brown Pounds 
[of U. S.] cover-title, 16 p. [949 
© Sept. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918 ; aff. Jan. 11, 1918 ; A 479959 ; 
Meigs pub. co., Indianapolis. 

Birthday wish. See Rosnes (M. J.) 
Two songs. 

Blossom-time ; gavotte, by Philipp 
W T eiser, arr. by W. A. Hochheim [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [950 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416779; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement. ) 

Blue butterflies ; words by Dorothy 
M. Tweeddale, music by Stanley 
Dickson [of England] ; no. 1 in D. 

[951 
© Jan. 14, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 420060; Enoch & sons, London. 



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110. 2, 1918 



970 



Blue (The) flag; by C. Jacobs-Bond, 
a rr. by F. Henri Klickmann [of U. 
S.] ; band. [952 

© Jan. 22. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1918 ; 
E 415483; Carrie Jacobs-Bond & 
son, Chicago. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Blues (The) I can't forget; words 
and music by F. C. Arena [of U. S.] 

[953 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1918; E 418470; 

Frank Charles Arena, New Orleans. 

Bolero: Spanish dance, by Eustasio 

Rosales [of U. S.] ; piano. [954 

© Feb. 14, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

191S: E 41S275; F. E. Hathaway, 

Chicago. 

Bottle your tears up and smile; 
words by L. H. Walker, music by 
Albert J. Adams [of U. S.] [955 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1917 ; 
E 415242; Lydia H. Walker, Los 
Angeles. 

Boy in brown, I'll welcome you back 
with a kiss ; words by J. H. Lee, 
music by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] 

[95G 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415561; 
James Hampton Lee, Atlanta. 

Boy o' mine, good night ; words anon, 

music by Weston S. Wilson [of 

U. S.] [957 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415476; 

Daniels & Wilson, inc., New York. 

Boy of mine ; words by Willie Creager, 
music by James A. N. Caruso [of 
U. S.] [958 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1918 ; E 416724 ; Alliance 
music pub. co., New York. 

Boy scout's rooster march ; words and 
music by G. A. Wilson [of U. S.] 

[959 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; E 418505; 
George Augustus Wilson, Berkeley, 
Cal. 

words and music by G. A. Wilson 



[of U. S.] San Francisco, Florin- 
tine music co. [960 
© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 191S ; 
E 415761; George Augustus Wilson, 
Berkeley, Cal. 

Boy (The) somewhere in France; 

words and music by J. G. Stringer 

[of U. S.] [901 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415717; 

J. G. Stringer, Register. Ga. 



Boy (The) that is somewhere in 
France ; words and music by George 
W. Robinson [of U. S.] [962 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418099 ; Chas. E. Roat mu- 
sic co., ltd., Battle Creek. 

Boys in blue ; words and music by 
N. Picini [pseud, of N. Picini-Mer- 
sereau, of U. S.] [963 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1918; E 418468; 
Nina Picini-Mersereau, Sag Harbor, 
N. Y. 

Boys (The) in khaki; words and 
music by M. E. Rich [of U. S.] 

[964 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418303; M. E. Rich, Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 

Boys (The) knit; words by L. Rine- 
hart, music by Barclay Walker [of 
U. S.] [965 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418442; Lydia Rinehart, Indian- 
apolis. 

Boys (The) of the U. S. A.; words 

and music by H. S. Kendall [of 

U. S.] [966 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415563; 

Hattie Shouse Kendall, Louisville. 

words by C. Pollard [of U. S.], 

melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[967 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418048; 
Charles Pollard, Lebanon, N. H. 

Boys, we're going through; words 
and music by J. Jones [of U. S.] 

[908 

© Jan. 5, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 

E 418410 ; James Jones, Victor, N. Y. 

Boys (The) who fight for you; 
words and music by R. Hyatt [of 
U. S.], arr. by Arthur Fisk. San 
Francisco, Fisk pub. co. [969 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 ; 
E 418091 ; Ralph E. Hyatt, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Brahms (Johannes) Sonata in C; by 
J. Brahms, op. 1, ed., fingering and 
pedal indications by Arthur Whit- 
ing [of U. S.] ; pf. (Schirmer's 
library, v. 1360) [970 

© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415702; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 



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971 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Brahms (Johannes) — Continued. 

Sonata in F minor ; by J. 

Brahms, op. 5, ed. by Arthur Whit- 
ing [of U. S.] ; pf. (Schirmer's li- 
brary, v. 1362) L971 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415764; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
iting] 

Sonata in F sharp ; by J. Brahms, 

op. 2, ed. by Arthur Whiting [of 
U. S.] ; pf. (Schirmer's library, v. 
1361) [972 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415763; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Beave Yankee middies of the U. S. A. ; 
words and music by E. L. Koogle [of 
U. S.] Lebanon, O., School and col- 
lege novelty co. (War-time enter- 
tainment specialties, no. 5) [973 
© Jan. 19, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 418435 ; Effie Louise Koogle, Phila- 
delphia. 

Beead, bread, bread ; words and music 

by Fred Fulton [of England] [974 

© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 

E 420072 ; B. Felclman & co., London. 

Break the news to my gal ; words by 

Joe Manne, music by R. Reeves [of 

U. S.] [975 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415623; 

Richard Reeves, Chicago. 

Breezy bowers ; by Benjamin F. Run- 
gee [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rustic 
scenes, no. 5) [976 

© Jan. 10. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418115; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 
Beigham; tune. See Saviour, source 

of every blessing. 
Bright eyes ; words by E. I. Merwin, 
music by R. A. Merwin [of U. S.] 

[977 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918 ; E 416749 ; Royal Andrews Mer- 
win, Waterbury, Conn. 

Brightest and best; set to tune Ave 
Rekaba, words by R. Heber, music 
by H. F. Asbury [of U. S.] [978 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415443; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Buenos diez, senorita (Good day, 
Miss) ; by H. Allen, arr. by H. Allen 
and Ettie A. Allen [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[979 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918 ; E 415416 ; 
Henry Allen, Los Angeles. 



Buffalo for mine; words by Geo. P. 
Eddy and John A. Hatch, music by 
Albert Maurice Crance [of U. S.] 

[980 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 

1918 ; E 418191 ; Eddy-Crance-Hatch, 

Buffalo. 

Bugiarda; versi di M. A. Mancini, 

musica di F. Pugliese [of Italy] 

[981 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418262; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 

Busy-body rag. See Choice selections 

for the banjo. 

Butterfly waltz. See Lyric impres- 
sions. 

By the fireside; by B. Burrows [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. Contents : — 
1. The day is done. — 2. Pleasant 
visions. — 3. Night. — 4. Resignation. — 
5. Lullaby. [982 

© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 420021 ; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Cadiz (Saeta) ; by I. Albeniz, arr. by 
Albert Stoessel [of U. S.] ; violin 
and piano. [98$ 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415236 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Caffe notturno; fior di strada, versi 
di R. Galdieri (Rambaldo), musica 
di F. Pugliese [of Italy] [948 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418261; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Call (The) of the sea; song from 
the musical play, A southern maid, 
words by Harry Graham, music by 
H. Fraser-Simson [of England] 

[985 
© Dec. 18, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 420035; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Call (The) of the stars; words by 
J. F. Howard, music by J. Christo- 
pher Marks [of U. S.] [986 
© Dec. 18, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415224; John F. Howard, New 
York. 

Call round and see me if you're 
dressed in khaki ; words and music 
by Cecil Landon [of England] 

[987 
© Jan. 29, 1918; 1 c. Jan 29, 
1918 ; E 420074 ; Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd., London. 



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no. 2, 1918 



1004 



Campana matutina; versi di Ugo 
Vero, musica di E. Tagliaferri [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli &c. [9S8 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401943; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Campaniello 'argiento; versi di Gui- 
seppe Capaldo, musica di Vittorio 
Fassone [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. (La canzonetta, no. 825) 

[989 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401823; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Can you turn from the friend who 
loves you; hymn, words and music 
by H. Lillenas [of Norway, domi- 
ciled at Auburn, 111.] [990 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418219; Haldor Lillenas, 
Auburn, 111. 

Canada of my heart, and home sweet 
home; words and music by The 
Lonesome-Loon [pseud, of Claude 
Melville, of Canada] [991 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 401964; Claude Melville, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Canadian - American march song ; 
words by D. G. Hubbard, music by 
H. B. Roland [of U. S.] [992 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415527; 
Mrs. Dora G. Hubbard, Lavoy, Can- 
ada. 

Canottiera (La) ; versi e musica di 

D' Aloe [of Italy] [993 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418247; Italian book co., 

New York. 

Canta il soldatino; versi di Adolfo 
Genise, musica di Gaetano Lama 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 837) [994 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401842 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Canta pe' mare ; versi di Aniello Cali- 
fano, musica di Giuseppe Capolongo 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 843) [995 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401843 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Canto (II) del fiume; versi di M. A. 
Mancini, musica di G. Bonavolonta 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 849) [99G 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401849 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



Canto e chiagno; versi di A. Tru- 
siano, musica di E. Lopinto [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 814) [997 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401841; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Canzona cuntenta ; versi di Libero 
Bovio, musica di llodolfo Falvo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 835) [998 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401840; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Canzone a Teresina; versi di A. 
Trusiano, musica di S. Capaldo [of 
Italy] [999 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 4182G0; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Canzone d' 'o VOmmero; versi di A. 
Alangione (Alman), musica di Mario 
Consentino, trascritta da L. Cris- 
cuolo [of Italy], per canto e man- 
dolino. (Le delizie del mandolinista 
no 2761) [1000 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 420064; G. Santojanni, 
Naples. 

Canzone (La) dei baci; versi di A. 
Genise, musica di G. Lama [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 813) [1001 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401883; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Canzone (La) del reggimento; versi 
di Arturo Trusiano. musica di Et- 
tore Lopinto [of Italy] ; canto e 
mandolino. (La canzonetta, no. 
836) [1002 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401854 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Canzone marinara; barcarola, versi 
di Nello de Lutia, musica di Gaetano 
Lama [of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
(La canzonetta no. 846) [1003 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401821 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Canzonetta. See Galaxy no. 111. 

Capriccio; versi di E. Murolo, musica 
di F. Buongiovanni [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli & c. [1004 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401934; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 1' 



Carey on ; military march song, words 
and music by S. A. Williams [of 
U. S.] [1005 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415610; 
Mrs. Sarah Allen Williams, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

Celeste waltz ; by Mackie-Beyer [of 
U. S.]. 4to. 1. Pull orch.— 2. Mili- 
tary band. [1006,1007 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
28, 1918; E 415602, 415607; J. W. 
Pepper & son, Philadelphia. 

Changing leaves ; by Benjamin F. 
Rungee [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rustic 
scenes, no. 2) [100S 

© Jan. 10. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418112; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Chanson (La) de la pluie; andantino 
par Chillemont [of France] ; trio no. 
3, piano violon et violoncelle (C. 
basse ad lib.) [1009 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401993; J. Raux, Paris. 

Chant funebre ; par Alberic Magnard, 
op. 9, transcription par Gustave 
Samazeuilh [of France] ; piano a 4 
mains. [1010 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420006; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Chant poetique. See Lyric impres- 
sions. 

Chappell's army journal, no. 453 ; 
arr. by Dan Godfrey [of Great 
Britain] ; full military band. Con- 
tents : — 1. Wonder-eyes ; by Percy 
E. Fletcher. — 2. My love to you ; by 
P. E. Fletcher. — 3. A love song; by 
Havdn Wood. — 4. Happy moments; 
by William G. James. [1011 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1918 ; E 420040 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Che chiagne a fa ; versi e musica di 
E. Lopinto [of Italy] ; canto e man- 
dolino. (La canzonetta, no. 861) 

[1012 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401867; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Che ptglio moglte a fa ; versi e mu- 
sica di Amerigo Giuliani [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. [1013 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401945; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



Cheer as they pass along ; words and 
music by I. A. Palmer [of U. S.l 

[1014 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1917; E 416837; 
Imogen Avis Palmer, Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal. 

Chella che canta; versi di R. Gal- 
dieri (Rambaldo), musica di G. 
Spagnolo [of Italy] [1015 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418259; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Chello ch' 'e fatto a me ; versi di A. 
Califano, musica del Cav. V. Valente 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 861) [1016 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401869; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Chest' e primmavera; versi di A. 
Federici, musica di R. Falvo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 809) [1017 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401866; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Chi siete; versi di T. De Filippis, mu- 
sica di Mario Consentino, trascritta 
da L. Criscuolo [of Italy], per canto 
e mandolino. (Le delizie del man- 
dolinista no. 2767.) [1018 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 420065 ; G. Santojanni, Naples. 

Chief of the Arab band; text and 
music by Paul Bliss [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [1019 

© Jan. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416714; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Child-land ; book 11, kindergarten and 
primary grades, words by Harriet 
Blanche Jones, music by Florence 
Newell Barbour [of U. S.] ; songs 
and piano. [1020 

© Jan. 21, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 418459; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Child of mine; lullaby, words and 
music by G. R. A. Clapham [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at New Yorkl 

[1021 
© 1 c. Dec. 14, 1917; E 418225; 
George Rutbland Alexander Clap- 
ham, New York. 



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1038 



Child's (A) garden (Au jardin <le 
l'enfance) ; six pieces d'apres Victor 
Hugo, nmsiqne de Gabriel Grovlez 
[of France] ; pour le piano. Con- 
tents. — 1. La sieste. — 2. Glioses dn 
soir. — 3. Chanson de grand-p§re. — 4. 
Chanson d'ancetre. — 5. Chanson. — 6. 
Pepita. [1022 

© Jan. 22, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918 ; 
E 420041 ; J. & W. Chester. London. 

China, we owe a lot to you; fox-trot, 
by Milton Ager [of U. S.] ; hand. 
24mo. [1023 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415783 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chtxx-a-boo ; song from the revue 
Here and there, words by Leslie M. 
Hurd, music by Frederick AY. Chap- 
pel le [of England] [1024 
© Dec. 8, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401805; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Choice selections for the banjo; 
book 8, by Milton R. Chittenden [of 
U. S.] ; banjo. C notation. Con- 
tents : — Rif-raf rag. — Double joints. — 
Busy-body rag. — Imperial unity. — 
Exceutricity. [1025 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 191S ; 
E 418180; Stephen Shepard, Pater- 
son. 

Choir (The) of heaven ; words and 
music by T. W. Russell [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice in E flat. [1026 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 
E 418025 ; Thomas W. Russell, Min- 
neapolis. 

Chorus (The) of the union; words 
by J. F. Howard, music bv J. Chris- 
topher Marks [of U. S.] ' [1027 
© Dec. 18, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4. 1918 ; 
E 415225: John F. Howard, New 
York. 

OlENTE FIGLIE AVIMMA FA ; Versi e 

musica di F. Feola [of Italy] ; canto 
<\ mandoiino. (La canzonetta, no. 
812) [1028 

© Sept. 1. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401822: Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Close (The) of day: words by J. 
Perry, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1029 
© 1 c. Jan. 28. 1918; E 415560; 
June Perry, Vassar, Mich. 



Cloud (The) ; music by R. McLeod 
| of Scotland]; 2 soprano voices. 
(Collegiate choir, no. 263.) [1030 
© Dec. 26. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1918; E 420020; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

CLOVERLAND B & O; march and two- 
step, by R. C. Lindberg, arr. by F. 
H. Losey [of U. S.] ; piano. [1031 
© Jan. 14. 1918: 2 c. Jan. 19, 



1918; E 418312: R. C. 
Florence, Wis. 



Lindberg, 



Coelestis urbs. See Benedictns. 

Colonial days; words by Hazel Ar- 
nold, music by E. Paull [of U. S.] 

[1032 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418395; 
Eddie Paull, Concord Junction, 
Mass. 

Columbia : words by J. F. Howard, 
music by J. Christopher Marks [of 
U. S.] [1033 

© Dec. 18. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415226; John F. Howard, New 
York. 

Columbia the gem of the ocean ; arr. 
by Henry Weber [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1034 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; 
E 416821; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on sim- 
plified arrangement.] 

Come back to me ; words by A. L. Hof- 
mann, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of IT. S.] [1035 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415694; 
Arthur L. Hofmann, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Come boys, if your hearts are loyal ; 

words by D. G. Hubbard, music by 

H. B. Roland [of U. S.] [1036 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415528; 

Dora G. Hubbard, Lavoy, Canada. 

Come laugh at love; song from the 
production, Carminetta, words by 
Douglas Furber, music by Emile 
Lassailly [of England] [1037 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10. 
1918; E 401810: Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Come to me now in my dreams ; words 
by Louise B. Perry, music by J. V. 
Pericola, arr. by Julius Joseph 
Bachmann [of U. S.] [1038 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 415500; 
James Yincent Pericola, East Ro- 
chester, N. Y. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Coming thro' the rye ; part-song, arr. 
by W. Franke Harling [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [1039 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415234 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Com me dicive tu ; versi di C. De 
Flaviis, nrusica di E. Tagliaferri [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli e c. [1040 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12. 1918 ; 
E 401906; Italian book co.. inc., 
New York. 

Concone (Joseph) Twenty-live me- 
lodious exercises ; by J. Concone, op. 
24, rev. phrased, fingered and an- 
notated by Maurits Leefson [of U. 
S.] ; piano. (Edition Faunce, no. 
39) [1041 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418376; J. H. Faunce co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision, fingering and annotation] 

15 etudes de style ; by J. Concone, 

op. 31, rev. fingered and annotated 
by Maurits Leefson [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Edition Faunce, no. 38) [1042 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418377; J. H. Faunce co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision, fingering and annota- 
tion] 

Confidence; tune. See Jesus, my 
strength, my hope. 

Conqueror ; tune. See We march to 
victory. 

Consecration hymn ; words by E. 
Waite-Colson, music from an old 
hymn, composer unknown. [1043 

© Nov. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418212; Mrs. Edith Waite-Colson, 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

Conte (It,) roccoco; versi di E. Bove, 
musica di Mongelluzzo [of Italy] 

[1044 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418251 : Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Content; words and music by Theo- 
dora Sturkow-Ryder [of U. S.] (In 
Musical courier v. 76) [1045 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; 
E 416847 ; Musical courier co., New 
York'. 



Content — Continued. 

words by P. J. O'Reilly, music by 

Henry Lovell, [of England] ; no. 1 
in G. [1046 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26. 
1918 ; E 420058 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Coo-ee ; Australian bush call, words by 
Lillia Brett, music by Otto Motzan 
[of U. S.] [1047 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; 
E 416836; Karczag pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Coquette (La) ; valse-reverie, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of IT. S.]. op. 334: 
piano. [1048 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418452; Clayton F. Suminy 
co., Chicago. 

Corabora ; by V. J. Gurley [of U. S.] : 
piano. [1049 

© 1 c. June 21, 1917; E 418179; 
Virginia Johanna Gurley, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Corinne waltz ; by Mary Houston 

Bailey, arr. by C. Anderson [of U. 

S.] : piano. [1050 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 416838; 

Chrissie Anderson. Springfield, Mo. 

Coronation scene; from Boris God- 
ounof, English version by P. Conway 
Warren [of U. S.], music by M. 
Moussorsrskv : mixed voices. 4to. 

[1051 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 415233 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on English 

version] 

Cottage where I was born ; words by 
A. F. Kennard, music by E. M. Lyon 
[of England] [1052 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 19. 
1918; E 401972; Nightingale & co., 
London. 

Cotton pickers' picnic day; words 
by Joe Goodwin and Will J. Harris, 
music by Nat Vincent [of U. S.] 

[1053 
© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 418497; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Counsel (The) of the Lord will 

stand ; words by I. Miles, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [1054 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418051; 

linn Miles, Coolidge. Tex. 



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1072 



Credo; words anon; music by P. L. 
Anion [of U. S.] ; mixed voices; or- 
pin ace. 4to. [1055 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 416760; Phillip L. Amon, Jersey 
■ City. 

Ceetinetti a spasso; versi di G. 
Onofri, musica di Mongelluzzo [of 
Italy] [1056 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418258; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

Crown Him with many ckowns; set 
to tunc Olive, words by M. Bridges, 
music by H. F. Asbury [of U. S.J 

[1057 
© Dec. 27. 1017; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415440; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Cuckoo (The) ; by Ira B. Arnstein [of 

U. S.] ; piano, in C major. [1058 

© Jan. 26, 1918: 1 c. Jan. 30. 

1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 416742; 

Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 

Cuckoo calls ; words by Helen Taylor, 
music by May H. Brahe [of Eng- 
land] ; no. 1 in A ilat. [1059 
© Jan. 21. 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 420061 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Culumbri?^a ; tarantella all' antica, 
versi di Libero Boveo. musica di Vit- 
torio Fassone [of Italy] ; canto e 
mandoline. (La canzonetta no. 850) 

[1060 
© Sept. 1. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401868; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Cuobe (It) cambia cas a; versi di Lu- 
ciano Molinari. musica di A. Mag- 
liani [of Italy] [1061 

© Sept. 1. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418250; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Cupid-cupid ; song from the production, 
Pamela, words by Arthur Wimperis, 
music by Frederic Norton [of Eng- 
land] [1062 
© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 420038; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Cura di baci ; versi di R. Ferraro-Cor- 
rera, musica di Tony Procida [of 
Italy; canto e mandolino, Naples, 
P^milio Gennarelli & c. [1063 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401944; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 



Da capo; versi di G. Bolza, musica di 
N. Moleti [of Italy] ; canto e man- 
dolino. Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & 
c. [1064 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401932; Italian book co.. 
inc., New York. 

Dammi la mano; versi di Morabito, 
musica di G. Travia [of Italy] 

[1065 

© Sept. 1. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 

E 418257 ; Italian book co., inc.. New 

York. 

Dance oi the elves; duet, by L. Leslie 

Loth [of U. S.] ; piano. [1066 

© Jan. 11 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1918 ; E 418107 ; White-Smith music 

pub co., Boston. 

Daxck of the water sprites ; from 
Nee Netama, by Uda Waldrop [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1067 

© Jan. 18. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 418281 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Danse des jeunes eilles ; extrait de 
Kleis, suite symphonique, de Gabriel 
Marie, transcription par Hans Our- 
dine [of France] ; reduit pour 
orehestre a cordes. et piano cond. 

[1068 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401995; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Daughter (The) of Rosie (TGraby; 
by Walter Donaldson, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., 
in E ilat. 4 to. [1069 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7. 1918 ; 
E 415772 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 
Dawn ; words by Feril Hess, music by 
Pearl G. Curran [of U. S.] ; high in 
D flat. [1070 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1918; E 418192; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Dawn (The) of our bay: words by 
A. C. Johnson, music by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [1071 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418297; 
Adelma C. Johnson, Jersey City, 
N. J. 

Day by bay you are growing nearer ; 
words and music by M. F. Ston^ 
[of U. S.], arr. by Eduard Buechner 
[of U. S.] [1072 

© 1 c. Jan. 4. 1918; E 415245; 
Mablo F. Stone. Oakland, Cal. 



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Day (A) in Turkey; in four parts, 

by Frances Mae Maddux [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [1073 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1918; E 418474; 

Ida L. Maddux, Alhambra, Cal. 

Day (The) is done. See By the fire- 
side. 

Day luce the life of a rose; words 
and music- by H. O. Miller [of U. S.] 

[1074 
© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415477; Harvey O. Miller, 
Des Moines. 

De plaines et plaines ; poesie de 
Robert de Souza, musique de Mar- 
celle Soulage [of France] ; melodie 
pour soprano et piano. [1075 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21. 
1918; E 420000; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Dear little rose ; words by A. B. 
Stevens, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1076 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415699; 
Albert B. Stevens, Albert, W. Va. 

Dear mother; words and arr. by 
M. Barker [of U. S.], melody by M. 
DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [1077 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418426; 
Mabel Barker, Santa Monica, Cal. 

Dear old Boston Massachusetts ; 
words and music by T. F. Linehan 
[of U. S.~|, arr. by Ernest E. Mur- 
ray [of U. S.] [1078 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 418021; 
Thomas F. Linehan, North Adams, 
Mass. 

Dear old Connecticut ; words and 
music by L. R. Hanscom [of U. S.] 

[1079 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415567; 
L. R. Hanscom, Hartford. 

1 >eab Old Glory ; words and music by 
Bernard Hamblen, arr. by Mark An- 
drews [of U. S.J ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Modern series no. 143) [1080 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1918; E 418019; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Dear old grandmother I love you; 
words by J. H. Bouillon and Walter 
W. I). Dubreiul, music by J. H. 
Bouillon [of IT. S.] [1081 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415653; 
J. Hilary Bouillon, New York. 



Dear old Ireland still; words and 
music by Aileen O'Donovan [of 
Great Britain]. Dublin, Kearney 
brothers* [1082 

© Oct. 19, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 401802; Aileen O'Donovan, 
Dungarvan, Ireland. 

Dear old prison days ; from Oh, lady, 
lady, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[1083 
© Jan. 19, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 415459; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Death (The) of John Barleycorn 
made a man of me ; words and 
music by T. D. Horrigan [of U. S.] 

[1084 
i© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; E 415668 ; T. 
D. Horrigan, Oregon, 111. 

Death (The) of youth. See Green 
(Charles) Five poems. 

Deep (The) sea blues ; words and 
music by Q. R. Snowden [of U. S.] 

[1085 
© Jan. 17, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918: E 418373; Q. Roscoe Snow- 
den, New York. 

Defend the Red, White and Blue ; 
words by L. Michael, music by 
Everett J. Evans [of U. S.] [1086 
© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415744: Ludwig Michael, New 
York. 

Democracy ; march and two-step, by 
Mackie-Beyer [of U. S.] ; full orch., 
4to. [1087 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918; 
E 416850 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phil- 
adelphia. 

inarch, by Mackie-Beyer [of U. 

S.] ; military band. 4to. [1088 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
191S; E 415604; J. W. Pepper & 
son, Philadelphia. 

words and music by P. McMichael, 

arr. by R. C. Stearns [of IT. S.l 

[1089 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416696; 
Paul McMichael, Washington. 

Democracy for ever ; or, Woodrow 
Wilson you'r the daddy of them all; 
words and melody by J. B. Leonard 
[of U. S.] 1.1090 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1918; E 418473; 
James Burns Leonard, St. Louis. 



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Desidebo 'k trasi ; versi di A. Bar- 
bieri, musica di V. Di Chiara, tras- 
critta da L. Criscuoio [of Italy], 
per canto e mandolino. (Le delizie 
del mandolinista, no. 2709). [1091 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 26. 
191S; E 420067; G. Santojanni, Na- 
ples. 

Destino: versi di R. Ferraro-Correra, 
musica di N. Valente [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & <-. T1092 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401983: Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

Diri'iK ditties; words and music by B. 
Gay [of U. S.], cartoons by Thorn- 
Ion Fisher. [1093-1095 
© Dec. 31. 1917 ; 2 c. each Dec. 24, 
1917; E 415410-415412; Byron Gay, 
New York. 

Divertissement on the Carnival of 
Venice; by T. H. Rollinson [of 
l'. S.J : orch. (Concert edition no. 
520) [1096 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415231: Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Djeb-kiss youe gal gently; words 
and music by P. F. Ludwig [of 
V. S.], arr. by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1097 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418369; 
Paul F. Ludwig, New York. 

Do we remember Dewey ; words and 
music by J. H. Calisch [of*U. S.] 
New York, Martin Greenwald. [1098 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418392; James Howard Ca- 
lisch, New York. 

Do you remember; waltz, by C. Ja- 
cobs-Bond [of U. S.] ; piano. [1099 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918 ; E 415484 ; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 
& son. Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on waltz arrangement] 

, arr. by Harry L. Alford [of 

U. S.l ; orch. 4to. [1100 

© Jan. 22. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415482; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 
<& son, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Don't forget to tell my sweetheart ; 
words by E. L. Means, music by A. 
W. Kneff rof U. S.] [1101 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; E 415655 ; 
Edith L. Means find Paul F. Gehrke, 
Janesville, Wis. 



Don't forget to write to mother; 
words and music by E. P. Capde- 
vielle [of France, domiciled at Slent, 
Cal.] [1102 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415652; 
Eugene P. Oapdevielle, San Qucn- 
tin, Cal. 

Dormez-vous: extrait de Dominical; 
poesie de Max Elskamp, musique de 
Marcelle Soulage [of France] ; mel- 
odie pour baryton et piano. [1103 
© Dec. 29. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420001; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Double joints. See Choice selections 
for the banjo. 

Douce (La) melodie; paroles de 
Custy. musique de Alex Didier [of 
France] ; chant et piano et chant 
seul. [H04 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 420015 ; Custy, editions mus- 
icales, Bijou. Paris. 

Down on Blue Bird bay; words by 
Irving Crocker, music bv George L. 
Cobb [of U. S.] [1105 

© Aug. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418201; Walter Jacobs, Bos- 
ton. 

Down on the Nile; romance of Cleo- 
patra and Antony, words by Edward 
Laska. melody by Albert Vete [of 
U. S.] [1106 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918 ; E 415407 : Artmusic, inc.. New 
York. 
Down ! Up ! Left ! Right ! ; words by 
Otto Harbach, music bv Louis A. 
Hirsch [of U. S.] [1107 

© Jan. 25, 1918 : 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 415599 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

Down where they play the blues ; 
words and music bv Maceo Pinkard 
[of I T . S.l [1108 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415400; 
Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Drafted (The) man : words by W. V. 
O'Donnell. music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1109 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418371: 
Wm. V. O'Donnell, Camp Devens. 
Ayer. Mass. 

Dramatic narrative no. 1; for scenes 
of reminiscence, by Pauline Pement, 
arr. by Sol P. Levy [of U. S.l ; orch. 
4to. [1110 

© Jan. 17. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918: E 415453; Cinema music co., 
New York. 



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Dramatic tension, no. 1; by Sol P. 

Levy [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1111 

© Jan. 17, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1918; E 415454; Cinema music co., 

New York. 

Dream (A) ship; words by Crosbie 
Garstin, music by Alma Goatley [of 
England] ; no. 1 in D. [1112 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 420056 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Dreamy blue-eyed Lou ; ballad, words 

and melody by J. Dellarocca [of 

U. S.] [1113 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918; E 418182; 

James Dellarocca, Los Angeles. 

Dryads ; valsette, by Martin Fisher [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [1114 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918; E 415518; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Du deilige Valdris (The Saeter-maid- 
en's Sunday) ; words by N. J. Lock- 
rem, music by Ole Bull, arr. by T. 
Reimestad [of U. S.] (Reimestad 
album, v. IV) [1115 

© Dec. 10, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918 ; E 416809 : Theodor Reimestad, 
Minneapolis. 

Dummeneca ; versi di Libero Bovio, 
musica di Francesco Feola [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 
(La canzonetta, no. 833.) [1116 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401839; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Dunkirk; march by Adolf Lotter [of 
Austria] ; reed and brass band. 4to. 

[1117 
© Jan. 14, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420203 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Dusk o' the day; twilight meditation, 
words by Anne Ussery, music by 
L. M. Simpson [of U. S.] [1118 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418310; Mrs. Lulu Merrill 
Simpson, Tuscumbia, Ala. 

Dvorak (Anton) Waltz; by A. 
Dvorak, op. 54, no. 1, arr. by Eman- 
uel Ondricek [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. [1119 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415238 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Dying (The) soldier; words and arr. 
of melody by Mrs. B. F. Smith [of 
U. S.], melody by Carl Muehling 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 

[1120 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418424; 

Mrs. B. F. Smith, Luddington, Mich. 

'E ccanzone ; versi di L. Bovio, musica 
de E. De Curtis [of Italy] ; canto e 
mandolino. 4to. (La canzonetta, 
no. 821.) [1121 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401838 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

'E pressa 'e pressa; versi di Festo 
Vetroni, musica di N. Valente [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Naples, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1122 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401931 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

'E ttre zetelle ; versi di A. Califano, 
musica di R. Falvo [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. (La canzonetta, no. 
822.) [1123 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401837 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

'E wiole : versi di A. Califano, musica 
del Cav. V. Valente [of Italy]; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 807.) [1124 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401836 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

'E woce 'e Piererotta; versi di Giu- 
seppe Capaldo, musica di Luigi Mat- 
tiello [of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
(La canzonetta, no. 863.) [1125 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401835 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Echo (The) ; by p;. B. Martin [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1126 

© Jan. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1918 ; 
E 415517; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Echoes of the old St. Johns ; words 
bv B. L. Hammond, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1127 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418333; 
Barbara Livingstone Hammond, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Echoing (The) green ; duet, words 
by William Blnke, music by A. Her- 
bert Brewer [of Great Britain] 

[1128 
© Nov. 26, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401949 ; Boosey & co., London. 



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1144 



Ecole (L') modekne; par Henri 
Wieniawski, op. 10, revues ci; an- 
notees par A. Quesnot [of France] ; 
violon seul. (Edition nationale de 
musique classique, no. 5174) [1129 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21. 
1918; E 420014; Maurice Senart et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Eoo on defense; words by L. A. Dun- 
ham, music by TO. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1130 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418349; 
I,. A. Dunham. Radcliffe, la. 

Elk's (The) song of 1918; words by 

F. M. Eaton, music by F. E. Day 

[of U. S.] [1131 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1918; E 415631; 

Fred M. Eaton. Los Angeles. 

Emblems of Uncle Sam ; words by M. 
R. Myer, music by Everett J. Evans 
[of U. S.] [1132 

© Dec. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 418041; Mary Ruth Meyer, 
Brunswick, Ga. 

Enfant (Un).toue. See Musiques an 
jardin. 

England to her sons. See Green 
(Charles) Five poems. 

Espana ; Spanish folk dance, by F. E. 

Foertsch, arr. by Martina Gilbert 

[of U. S.] [1133 

© Jan. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 

E 416737; Frederick E. Foertsch, 

New Haven. 
Esquisses ; par Roger Ducasse [of 

France] : piano, nos. 1-4. [1134 

© Dec. 29. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1918; E 401987; Durand et cie., 

Paris. 
Etudes d'executtox transcendante. 

See Liszt (Franz) 
Eve ltve[> in Eden ; song from the 

production Carminetta, words by 

Douglas Furber, music by Emile 

Lassailly [of England]. [1135 

© Dec. 7. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 

1918; E 401808; Herman Darewski 

music pub. co., London. 
Evening sketches ; by Harold Wallis 
[of England] op. 12; pianoforte. 

Contents :— Told at twilight— 2. 

Under the stars. — 3. An evening 

tale. — 4. On a hill at sunset. [1136 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 

1918; E 420046; Elkin & co., Lon- 
don. 
Evening (An) tale. See Evening 

sketches. 



Every girl that has a heart loves a 
soldier ; words by C. F. Whaley, mu- 
sic by K. Hoffman [of U. S.] New 
York. Jeff Branen. [1137 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918 ; E 416801 ; Katharine Hoffman 
and Charles F. Whaley, St. Paul. 

Every one will say Oh, long live 
the U. S. A. ; words and music by 
Billy Gibson [of U. S.] [1138 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418320; Gibson & Miller, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Everybody's waiting for a somebody 
else; by B. C. Hilliam, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., 
in E flat, 4to. [1139 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415769 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Everything is you, Vinnie; words by 

N. Barba, music by E. S. S. Huntina- 

ton [of U. S.] [1140 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; E 418329 ; N. 

Barba, San Jose, Cal. 

Everything looks rosy and bright ; 
by E. Ray Goetz, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] : vocal orch., in 
F. 4to. [1141 

© Feb. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415770 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Excentricity. See Choice selections 
for the banjo. 

Exercise rag; by Sol Ginsberg (Vio- 
linsky), arr. by Will H. Yodery [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. [1142 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415401; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. New 
York. 

Expectation ; tune. See Thro' the 
night of doubt. 

Faccella mia; versi di F. De Goy- 
zuela. musica di N. Moleti [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Naples, 
Emilio Gennarelli & co. [1143 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401930; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Faeto mazurka; by J. Capozziello [of 
Italy domiciled at Bridgeport] ; in- 
strumental. [1144 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415663; 
Joseph Capozziello, Bridgeport, 
Conn. 



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Fairest flowers ; by Benjamin F. 
Rungee [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rustic 
scenes no. 3) [1145 

© Jan. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 ; 
E 418113; White-Smith music pub. 
co.. Boston. 

Fall (The) of Jerusalem; descrip- 
tive, by Louis Weber [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Kansas City, Kan.. Weber 
bros. [1146 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 418038; Louis Weber, Kansas 
City, Kan. 

Far away in Honolulu ; words by 

C. F. Turkis, music by J. E. Andino 

[of U. S.l [1147 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415714; 

Ohas. F. Turkis, Detroit. 

Farewell. <Sfee Lyric fancies. 

Farewell, darling; words by M. E. 

Savage, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.l [1148 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418045; 

M. Ella Savage, Los Angeles. 

Farewell Kaiser ; words by R. 
Sheeler Campbell and W. F. Lintt, 
music by W. F. Lintt [of U. S.] 

[1149 
© Dec. 6. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 : 
E 418215 : William Farrington Lintt. 
Lincoln, Neb. 

Farewell wandereta; words by Mrs. 
J. M. Maxwell, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [1150 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418057; 
Mrs. J. M. Maxwell, Washington, 
Kan. 



Fascination. 



See Lyric impressions, 
versi di L. Bovio, 



Fattura nera ; 

musica cli G. Capolongo [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 824.) [1151 

© Sept. 1. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1938; E 401832; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

Federal (The) farm loan song; 

words by F. P. Earl, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.l [1152 

© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1918; E 415671; 

Fred P. Earl, Kalispell, Mont. 

Femmene vase e rosa ; versi di R. 
Ferraro-Cortera, musica di E. Bel- 
lini | of Italy]; canto e mandolino. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1153 
© Sept. 1, 1917: 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; 
E 401 !>:_><) : Lnlian book co.. inc., New 
York. 



Femmina ; versi e musica di D'Aloe 

[of Italy] [1154 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 

E 418256 ; Italian book co., inc., New 

York. 

Fiamma d'amore ; valse versi di G. 
Danzi, musica di L. De Luca [of 
Italy] [1155 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418255; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Fiddlin' ; words by Katharine Girling, 
music by L. W. Poritz [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Clayton F. Summv co. 

[1156 
© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 415512; Lotta W. Poritz. Evans- 
ton, 111. 

Fight (The) is on; inarch two-step,, 
by Carl D. Vandersloot [of XL S.] ; 
piano. [1157 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24. 
1918; E 415406; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Fighting (The) boys in blue; words 

by F. Sherwin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of IT. S.J [1158 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418339; 

Fred Sherwin, Milwaukee. 

Figlia (La) della strada; versi di 
Amerigo Giuliani, musica di Grano- 
zio [of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & co. 

[1159 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401909 : Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Finding four leaf clovers ; by E. F. 

Martin [of U. S.] ; piano. [1160 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28. 

1918; E 415520; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Fior di gioventu ; marcia versi e 
musica di Mario Nicold [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 865.) [1161 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401829; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Fioi; in verbena; versi di P. Vento, 
musica di G. Capaldo [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta. 
no. 853.) [H62 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401833; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



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Florin di campo ; versi di C. De 
Flaviis, musica di R. Bossi [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandoline. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [11(53 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 40192S: Kalian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Five (The) C's ; a new and easy 
method of learning to read and play 
on the piano, notes at sight, together 
with time value of notes, in simpli- 
fied form ; by Henry E. Pether [of 
England]. [1164 

© Dee. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
10 401784; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Flag of my heart : words and music 
bv Dominiok A. Maffei [of U. S.] 

[1165 
© Jan. 10. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 : E 418449 : Greenwich pub. co., 
New York. 

Flag (The) our forefathers won; 

words by J. Struble, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of IT. S.] [1166 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418049; 

Jacob Struble, Portland, Or. 

Flag (The) that we Americans 
love; words by Yv\ H. Grumpelt, 
music bv Leon E. Verry [of U. S.] 

[1167 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415469; 
William Henry Grumpelt, New 
York. 

Fleuketta valse; by Rodolphe J. 

Yanasse [of U. S.] ; piano. [1168 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918: E 415642; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Fljkt (A) : words by Samuel Minturn 
Peck, music by Phyllis Fergus [of 
IT. S.] [1169 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418453; Clayton F. Summy 
CO., Chicago. 

Pi obence : a melody, by Herbert Ralph 

Ward | of U. S.] ; piano. [1170 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418302; Edward Schuberth 

ft co.. New York. 

Flute-god. See Grunn (Homer) Zuni 
impressions. 

Flying colors ; recitative, words and 
music by Mason Rutledge [of U. S.] 

[1171 
© Jan. 25. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415638; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 



Follow the flag wherever it leads; 
words and music by F. B. Young [of 
U. S.] 4to. N. Y., D. Y. co. [1172 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416815; Albert Odell Duncan and 
Frank Belshaw Young, New York. 

Foot-bal (II) ; versi e musica di 
D'Aloe [of Italy] [1173 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418249; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

For aye ; words by I. M. Bailey, music 
by Max M. Mendeloff, arr. by Otto 
Merz [of U. S.j [1174 

© 1 c. Jan. 30. 1918; E 416727; 
Isabel Mackey Bailey, Pittsburgh. 

For flag and country ; patriotic inarch 
song and two-step, by M. Fulton [of 
U. S.] [1175 

© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1918; E 418288; 
Marguerite Fulton. Indian Rocks. 
Fla. 

For liberty; words by M. F. Duffy, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.l [1176 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415701; 
M. F. Duffy, Camp Meade, Md. 

For the world and the U. S. A. ; 
march song, words and music by 
G. E. Buck [of IT. S.] Chicago. 
Northwestern music co. [1177 

© Jan. 7, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1918; 
E 418017; Gertrude E. Buck, Iron- 
wood. Mich. 

For Uncle Sam and you; words by 
J. B. Satterlee, jr.. music by R. V. 
Haywood [of U. S.] New York. 
Harding's music house. [1178 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1918 : 
E 415756; John B. Satterlee, jr., 
Northville, N. Y. 

For you alone sweetheart ; words by 

E. Prim, music by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [1179 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415750; 

Evelyn Prim, Jackson, Ala. 

Fortitude ; tune. See Son of God 
goes forth to war. 

Fortunio; by R. S. Morrison [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [1180 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28. 

1918; E 415646; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



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Foewabd march ; two-step, by Everett 
J. Evans, arr. bv Mackie-Beyer [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Full orch. 2. Mili- 
tary band. [1181, 1182 
© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415608, 415601; J. W. Pep- 
per & son, Philadelphia. 

France, America loves you; words 
and music by C. Butter field ["of 
U. S.], arr. by Herbert J. Schmidt. 

[1183 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 418381 ; Charles Butterfield, 
Philadelphia. 

France, to you; words and music by 
G. W. Hofmann [of U. S.] [1184 

© Dec. 16, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918 ; E 418186 ; Gerda Wismer Hof- 
mann, San Francisco. 

France we'll rebuild your towns 

for you; words and music by Jack 

Coogan [of U. S.] [1185 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 416786; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Francis & Day's piano picture 
scales; (major and harmonic 
minor) designed and compiled by 
Harry Pride [of England]. 4to. 

[1186 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401946; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Freedom for all and forever; words 
and music by E. J. Mallory, arr. by 
E. J.. Lee [of U. S.] [1187 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; E 416842 ; Ed- 
ward J. Mallory, Golumbus, O. 

Freedom forever; words by Frederic 
Smith, music by L. C. Wedgefuth 
[of U. S.] [1188 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 415633; Louis C. Wedge- 
futh, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Freedom in Red, White and Blue; 
march song, words by F. Quinn, 
music by Fred Albert Reynolds [of 
U. S.] [1189 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1918; E 416S44; Frank Quinn, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Freedom's dawn ; words and music by 
T. W. Russell [of U. S.] [1190 

© Jan. 14. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418294; Thomas W. Rus- 
sell, Minneapolis. 



Frtulana (La) ; versi e musica di 

D'Aloe [of Italy] [1191 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418246; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 

From dear old Illinois; words and 
music by George E. Gudapel, arr. by 
A. D. Beeler [of U. S.] [1192 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418311; Gorman pub. co., 
Houston. 

From the North, South, East and 
West: words and music by Harry 
Lauder [of Great Britain]. [1193 
© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 420016; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Fronn' ? f cerasa ; versi di Libero 
Bovio, musica di G. Capolongo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 806.) [1194 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918: E 401831; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Frost (The) sprite: by L. Leslie Loth 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [1195 

© Jan. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 ; 

E 418109; White-Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. 

Fuite de centaures. See Trophees 
(Les) 

Funerailles (Les). See Trophees 
(Les) 

Fuori l'cmboscato ; 'nnammurata dis- 
pettosa, versi di E. Sangiovanni, 
musica di Mario Nicolo [of Italy], 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 803.) [1196 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 Jan. 12, 1918; 
E 401834 ; Italian book co.. inc., New 
York. 

Future (The) variety show; words 
and music by R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee [of England] [1197 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401792; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Gaio (II) boy-scout; versi di G. Bolza, 
musica di N. Moletti [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1198 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401927 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



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•Galaxy no. Ill ; by Jules Granier, arr. 
by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; oreh. 
Contents: — 1. Melancolie. — 2. Canzo- 
netta. [1199 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415253; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Gate (The) where I waited for you; 
words and arr. of melody by M. A. 
Peterson [of U. S.], melody by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher 
of U. S.] [1200 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418422; 
Mary A. Peterson. Hill City, Kan. 

Gauzy kiss. See Irsa (Andre Irsav 
de) 

Gelosia d'amore; versi e musica di 

D'Aloe [of Italy] [1201 

© Sept. 1. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 

E 418254; Itnlian book co., inc., New 

York. 

Gelusia 'b mamma ; versi e musica di 
Mario Nicolo [of Italy] ; canto e 
mandolino. (La canzonetta, no. 
798.) [1202 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401881 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

General Lafayette, we are here ; 

words by J. J. Fearon, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [1203 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418054; 

James J. Fearon, Biddeford, Me. 

General Pershing; march, by I. 

Spiller, arr. by Adrien Schubert [of 

V. S.] ; piano. [1204 

© 1 c. Dec. 24, 1917; E 415728; 

Tsidor Spiller, New York. 

Get right with God; w T ords by J. 
Ernest Thacker. music by J. W. 
Jelks [of U. S.] [1205 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 18. 1918 ; 
E 418217 ; James Willard Jelks, Ma- 
con, Ga. 

Gigino lobino ; marcia comica, versi 
di G. Onofri. musica di F. S. Cataldo 
[of Italy] [1206 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 41S253; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

-Girl (The) from the half-dtamond 
bar : words by E. S. Williams, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.[ 

[1207 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418364; 
E. S. Williams; Northport, Wash. 



Girl (The) that made me love her 
lives in dear old tennessee ; words 
by P. M. Lane, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1208 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418352; 
Foster M. Lane, Benham, Ky. 

Girlie ; from Toot toot, words by Ber- 
ton Braley, music by Jerome Kern 
[of U. S.] [1209 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418093; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Give me a kiss by the numbers ; 
words and music by Jos. F. Troun- 
stine [of U. S.] [1210 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1918; E 418031; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Give me back that same sweet 
smile; words by J. D. Rapp, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1211 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418327; 
Joseph D. Rapp, Morton, 111. 

Give me the Red, White and Blue; 

words and music by J. A. Altschuler 

[of U. S.] [1212 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415746; 

J. A. Altschuler, Washington. 

Give three loud cheers for all the 
boys ; words and music by E. M. 
Gibbs, Isabel Stewart and Geoffrey 
O'Hara [of U. S.] [1213 

© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1917; E 416738; 
Edith M. Gibbs, Brooklyn. 

Glad, glad, glad ; the glad song, words 
bv A. E. Newkirk, music by Fred 
Wicke [of U. S.] [1214 

© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1917; E 414581; 
Anne Ellen Newkirk, Ocean City, 
N. J. 

Glad news, no. 2 ; a collection of sa- 
cred songs by Geo. W. Bacon, Al- 
fred E. Helton [and others of U. S.] 
12mo. [1215 

© Jan. 1, 1918; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
21, 1918 ; A 491213 ; Teachers' music 
pub. co., Hudson, N. C. 

Gladsome (A) song of praise; or, 
The King of love, hymn-anthem, 
words by A. N. Blatchford, optional 
text by H. W. Baker, music by John 
Hermann Loud [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, 4to. (Choral service no. 
852) [1216 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418438; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 



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Glory (The) of war; words by P. 
Dana Burnet, music by William Ar- 
mour Thayer [of U. S.l ; chorus 
men's voices. 4to. (8vo choruses no. 
6722) [1217 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415251; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Go forward Christian soldier ; set 
to tune Onward, words by L. Tut- 
liett, music by H. F. Asbury [of 
U. S.] [1218 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415447; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

God bless our boys ; words by Louise 
B. Perry, music by J. V. Pericola, 
arr. by Jule Bachmann [of U. S.] 

[1219 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415523; 
James Vincent Pericola, Rochester, 
N. Y. 

God hath sent His angels ; Easter 
duet, words by Phillips Brooks, mu- 
sic by L. Laniont Galbraith [of 
Great Britain domiciled at Rich- 
mond] ; sop. and baritone. [1220 
© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416780; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

God is love ; words by De Witt Mc- 
Murray, music by A. B. Mills [of 
U. S.] Ft. Worth, Ft. Worth music 
co. [1221 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19. 
1918 ; E 418278 ; Mrs. Alice Bernard 
Mills, Fort Worth, Tex. 

God is near; words by Oswald J. 

Smith, music by M. S. Meredith [of 

U. S.] [1222 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1918; E 415462; M. S. Meredith, 

York, Pa. 
God keep you in His care; words by 

Edward Lockton, music by Jack Tre- 

lawny [of England] ; no. 2 in C. 

[1223 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26, 

1918 ; E 420062 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 

way, London. 
God's love is everywhere; words by 

J. G. Whittier, music by William 

John Hall [of U. S.] ; sop. or ten. 

alto or bass. [1224 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 

1918; E 418417; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 
Going up; selection, by Louis A. 

Hirsch [of U. S.] ; piano. [1225 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1918; E 418282; M. Witinark & sons, 

New York. 



Golden meadows ; by Benjamin F. 
Rungee [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rustic 
scenes no. 4) [1226 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418114 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Golden pheasant ; from Over the top, 
words by Matthew C. Woodward, 
music by Sigmund Romberg and 
Herman Timberg [of U. S.] [1227 
© Feb. 21, 1918: 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417445; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York. 

Good-bye all, take care of my Yan- 
kee friend ; words and music by E. 
Fortunato [of U. S.] [1228 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 415574 ; Eugenio Fortunato. 
Philadelphia. 

Good-bye autocracy ; words and music 
by F. L. Belford. arr. by Minnie 
Webb Castle [of U. S.] [1229 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918: E 415491: Flora L. Belford, 
Joliet, 111. 

Good-bye, boys ; words and music by 
Geo. H. Dandurand, [of U. S.], arr. 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1230 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418348; 

Edw. L. Dandurand, Kankakee, 111. 

Good-bye butterfly ; words by W. C. 
Berwick-Sayers, music by Gwendo- 
len Coleridge-Taylor [of Great Brit- 
ain]. [1231 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420030; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Good-bye folks we're on our way ; 
words and melody by A. A. Moore, 
arr. bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1232 

© 1 c. Feb. 2 1918; E 415692; 
A. A. Moore, San Anselmo, Cal. 

Good-bye, little gikl : words by W. F. 
Dunn, music by J. E. Andino [of 
U. S.] [1233 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415568: 
Wm. F. Dunn, Cndahy, Wis. 

Good-bye mother; words by O. E. 
Law, music by Maude McLain Law 
[of U. S.] [1234 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1918; E 418481; O. E. Law, Quincy, 
111. 



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Good-bye my little American beauty; 
march ballad, words by Walt 
Githens, music by author mid Jud 
Kleine. arr. by William Morrison 
[of U. S.] [1235 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 191S ; E 415582; 
Sid Craddock co., Indianapolis. 

Goodbye my little girl; words and 

music by Raraond Thompson [of 

T. S.] 1236 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415780; 

R. Frank Thompson, New York. 

Good bye. my soldier boy, good bye; 
words by Adam Speace Moore, music 
by Robert Marlowe Jandus [of 
F. S. [1237 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418450; Moore & Jandus, Lincoln, 
Neb. 

Good-bye Sammies you've gone to 
bight fob worldwide liberty; words 
by Hazel H. Thompson, music and 
arr. bv L. A. Perry [of U. S.] 

[1238 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918; E 415651; 
Louis A. Perry, Cleveland. 

Good-bye Uncle Sammy, hello Bill ; 
words bv I. B. Patten, music by 
E. S. S. Huntingdon [of U. S.l 

[1239 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415702; 

Ina Bernice Patten, Portland, Me. 

Good-bye-e-e : words and music by 

R. P. Weston and Bert Lee. [1240 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 401780: Francis, Day & Hunter. 

London. 

Good time coming ; selection arr. by 
Henry E. Pether [of England] ; for 
piano, with overlying text and tonic 
sol-fa setting. [1241 

© Dec. 7. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 
E 401820; Francis. Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Graham; tune. Bee O King of saints. 

Grand concert rag; by Eric Severin 

[of U. S.] : piano. [1242 

© Feb. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Fab. 4, 1918 ; 

E 415778 ; E. P. Severin, Moline, 111. 

Grandma's stoby; by Ira B. Arnstein 
[of U. S.] : piano, in F major. 

[1243 
© Jan. 2G. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 30. 
1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 416740: 
Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 



Great composers of the past; ten 
adaptations, arr. by Harold Bauer 
[of U. S.J ; pf. [1244 

© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 415648; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements] 

Great (The) crusade; marching song, 
words by J. E. C. [of U. S.], music 
after old Southern melody. 4to. 

[1245 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 

E 418915; Jacob Elon Conner, New 

Brighton, N. Y. [Copyright is 

claimed on words] 

Great Lakes ; or, The boys in navy 
blue, words and music by John 
Philip Sousa [of U. S.] [1246 

© Feb. 2, 1918 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416774; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Green (Charles) Five poems; by 
William Noel Hodgson, set to music 
by C. Green [of Great Britain]. 
Contents : — 1. England to her sons. — 
2. To a boy. — 3. Splendide Fa 11 ax. — 
4. The death of youth.— 5. Back to 
rest. [1247 

© Dec. 15, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1917; E 401948; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Grey (The) old London river. See 
Lyrics of London. 

Grunn (Homer) Zuni impressions; 
Indian suite, by Homer Grunn [of 
U. S.], op. 27, nos. 1-4; piano. Con- 
tents: — The flute-god (Pa'yatamu. — 
The rainbow spring. — A mysterious 
story. — Kor'kokshi dance (Rain cer- 
emony). [1248 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415237; Boston music co., Boston. 

Hail ! hail ! America ; words by M. 

Reynolds, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [1249 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418047; 

Myrtle Reynolds, Tacoma, Wash. 

Hail to our noble fathers ; words by 
Charlotte B. Parker, music by L. W. 
Ross [of U. S.] [1250 

© Nov. 29. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 6, 
1918; E 416823; Mrs. Emily Linds- 
ley Ross, Portland, Or. 

Half position and second position 
for the violin ; by E. Schroeder [of 
U. S.]. op. 13. [1251 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1918 ; E 415248 ; Edward Schroeder, 
Dubuque, la. [Copyright is claimed 
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Hanna tukna ; versi di Giuseppe Ca- 
paldo, musica di Francesco Feola [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La can- 
zonetta, no. 855) [1252 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401830; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Happiest (The) Cheistmas of all; 
words and music by R. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee [of England]. [1253 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 
E 401818; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Happy Mes. Hiawatha; words by H. 
Bancroft, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1254 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415553; 
H. Bancroft, Oakland, Ore. 

Happy moments. See Chappell's army 
journal no. 453. 

Harmony waltz; jazz, by Rob't R. 
Pattison, orchestration by Walter 
Lewis [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1255 
© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 
E 418032; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. [Copyright is claimed 
on jazz orchestration] 

Havana — back to Havana and you; 
words by Jack London, music by 
Chas. Adler [of U. S.] [1256 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415474; Douglas and New- 
man music co., New York. 

He leadeth me; anthem, words by J. 
H. Gilmore, music by Louis Adolphe 
Coerue [of U. S.], op. 102, no. 2; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. [1257 
© Dec. 13, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 415424; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

He that dwelleth ; anthem, words 
adapted from Psalm LXXXXI, mu- 
sic by Bruce Metcalfe [of Canada], 
mixed voices. (Boosey & co.'s series, 
no. 1263.) 4to. [1258 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 420052; Boosey & co., New 
York. 

He was only a soldier boy; words 
and music by W. F. AVhite [of U. 
S.], arr. by Arthur M. Cohen [of 
U. S.3 [1259 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1918; E 418454; 
William Francis White, New York. 

Heaet of my heart ; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Arthur Lionel 
Klein [of England]. [1260 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 401960; Francis, Dny & Hunter, 
London. 



Heavenly voices ; for Sunday-schools, 
revivals, singing schools [etc], by 
J. D. Vaughan, B. C. Unseld, W. W. 
Combs and others [of U. S.] 12mo. 

[1261 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff . Jan. 
22, 1918; A 490518; James D„ 
Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

Help keep the Kaiser away; words 

by D. P. Arnold, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1262 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 41.5547; 

D. P. Arnold, Warren, Pa. 

Her sweetheart's going to war; 

words by R. Consalvo, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1263 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415708; 

Ralph Consalvo, New York. 

Here and there ; selection from the 
revue, music by Frederick W. Chap- 
pelle, selected and arr. by Henri 
Jaxon [of England] ; piano. [1264 
© Dec. 14, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 401962; Ascherberg. Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Here's to our aviation coeps ; words 
and music by M. Daft [of U. S.] 

[1265 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415698; 
Millicent Daft, Prairie City, la. 

Hezekiah Johnson's jubilee; words 
and music by R. P. Weston, Bert 
Lee and the two Bobs. [1266 

© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; 
E 401778; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Highland (A) song; words and music 

by Mason Rutledge [of U. S.] [1267 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918; E 415640; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Him of hate; words by John Calvin 
Stevens, music by Henry King Fitts 
[of U. S.] [1268 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416792 ; Cressey & Allen, Portland, 
Me. 

His mascot ; a wee bit of plaid, words 
by A. F. Kennard, music by E. M. 
Lyon [of England]. [1269 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 401973; Nightingale & co., 
London. 

Hobby (The) horse paeade; by Ma- 
rie Crosby [of U. S.], op. 34, no. 6; 
piano. [1270 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415645; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia; 



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Hobo's (The) lament; words by B. L. 
Henning, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1271 
© 1 c. Jan. 28. 1918; E 415551; 
B. L. Henning, Washington. 

Hock the Kaiser ; words and music 
by O. J. Novak [of U. S.] Chicago. 
Pyramid pub. CO. [1272 

© Jan. 24, 1918: 2 c. Jan. 26, 
191S; E 415514: Ghas. J. Novak, 
Chicago. 

Hogsang (Hochgesang) : dikt av. G. J. 
L. Almquist, fragment ur Amorina, 
musik av Ture Rangstrom [of Swe- 
den. [1273 
© Nov. 27. 1917: 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420033; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Home, beloved to me ; words by Bertie 
Adams and Harry H. Hockley, 
music by A. Emmett Adams [of 
England]. [1274 

© Dec. 14, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 401961; Aseherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Home-town ; words and music by 

T. P. Harris [of U. S.] [1275 

© Dec. 31, 1917 : 2 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 

E 41G453: Tims. P. Harris, Clorinda, 

la. 

Hope's rosy morning. See Rossini 
(G. A.) 

How long must we wait: words by 
S. M. Glasgow, music by C. T. Cald- 
well [of U. S.] [1276 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418389; Presbyterian com- 
mittee of publication, Richmond. 

Hula babies on parade ; words and 
music by Z. Fitz-Gerald [of U. S.] 

[1277 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416827; 
Zeph Fitz-Gerald. Grand Rapids. 
Hum it over ; words and music by 
G. Shirley [of U. S.] [1278 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 416810; 
Gene Shirley, Toledo, O. 
Hundred (A) million strong; war 
song, words by Andrew F. Underbill, 
music by Robert E. S. Olmstead [of 
U. S.] 4to. [1279 

© Jan. 24. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 415590 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 
Hurrah for our soldiers brave; 
words by G. Hurst, music by J. E. 
Andino [of U. S.] [1280 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415564; 
Grace Hurst, Bremen. Ga. 



Hurrah for the boys in khaki; 
words and music by F. M. McFar- 
land [of U. S.] [1281 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 23. 
1918 ; E 418494 ; Francis M. McFar- 
land, Crawford, Neb. 

Hymn ; Thy prayer sublime, words by 
Mary Grace Merry man, music by R. 
Van Woert [of U. S.] [1282 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416765 ; R. Van Woert, Montclair, 
N. J. 

Hymn of allegiance; words anon, 
music by W. B. Brader [of U. S.l 

[1283 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418216; William Barton 
Brader, Brooklyn. 

Hymn of Apollo ; poem by Shelley, 
set to music by Ernest Austin [of 
England] op. 39 ; mixed chorus and 
piano. 4to. London, J. H. Larway. 

[1284 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 420017 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Hymne; tekst [anon.], musik af Nils 
Larsen [of Norway] ; blanclet kor. 
(Kor-bibliothek, no. 87.) 4to. 

[1285 
© Nov. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420031; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Hymne a la justice; par Alberic 
Magna rd, op. 14, transcription par 
Gustave Samazeuilh [of France] ; 
piano & four mains. [1286 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420005; Rouart, Lerolle & 
c, Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Hymne a Saint-Nicolas de Lorraine ; 
paroles, liturgiques, musique de 
Florent Schmitt [of France], op. 60, 
pour 4 voix d'hommes avec ace. 
d'orgue. (Cinq motets,, no 1.) [1287 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401983; Durand et cie.. 
Paris. 

I can't give back the love you gave 

me: words bv Al Harriman, music 

by Jack Egan [of U. S.] [1288 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415585; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

I'd gladly be a wounded soldier if 
you will be my Red cross nurse; 
words and music by R. Taverna [of 
U. S.] [1289 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415421; 
Remo Taverna. West Hoboken, N. J. 



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I DID GIVE MY BOY TO UNCLE SAMMY; 

words by W. Speck, music by Robert 
H. Brennen [of U. S.] [1290 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418317; Wm. Speck, Bloomfield, 
Conn. 
I do miss the men ; song in the pro- 
duction, airs and graces, written 
by Charles Wilmot, music by Arthur 
L. Klein [of England] [1291 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401795; Francis. Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I GUESS YOU'LL BE MY BEAUTIFUL BABY 

now : words by P. M. Lane, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1292 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418353; 
Foster M. Lane, Benham, Ky. 

I HATE TO LEAVE YOU, MOTHEB ; WOrdS 

by A. Farris, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1293 
© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1918; E 418368; 
Abe Farris, Machias, Me. 

I hear America calling ; words by 
I. S. Friedlieb, music by Harry I. 
Robinson [of U. S.] New York, 
Beaux art pub. co. [1294 

© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415747; Isabel S. Friedlieb. New 
York. 

I HEAR COLUMBEA CALLING GOOD-BYE 

motherland ; words and music by 
Leland Johnson [of U. S.] [1295 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418318 ; A. W. Adkins & co., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
I hear thy voice ; words and music by 
Joseph Redding [of U. S.] ; basso- 
cantante. [1296 

i© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28. 1918 ; 
E 415612; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

I HEAR YOUR VOICE IN THE SHADOWS ; 

words by Effie Cutler Coombs, music 
by J. H. Ellis [of U. S.] New York, 
Richmond pub. [1297 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416814 ; I. Ellis, New York. 
Same. [1298 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418456; J. Henry Ellis, New 
York. 

I HEARD THE SOUND OF VOICES; Set to 

tune Wondrous harmonies, words by 
G. Thring, music by H. W. Asburv 
[of U. S.J [1299 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415441; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 



I JUST STEPPED IN TO GET OUT OF THE 

rain ; words by Al Harriman and 
Lew Brown, music by Jack Egan [of 
U. S.] [1300 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415588; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

I KISSED YOU, AS THE DEW-DROP KISSED 

the rose ; words by A. Salyer, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1301 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418323; 
Annie Salyer, Elmer, Mo. 

I know it is true; words and music 
by M. H. Cummings [of U. S.] 

[1302 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415596; M. Homer Cum- 
mings, Wheeling, W. Va. 

I'll be waiting for you my soldier 
boy : words bv N. B. Brodv, music 
bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1303 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415705; 
N. B. Brody, Bronx, N. Y. 

I'll bring back a little Red cross, 
nurse ; words bv H. A. Pooch, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1304 
© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1918; E 415681; 
H. A. Pooch, Cushing, Okla. 

I'll come back to you my own Ameri- 
can girl; words by Harry C. Cope- 
land, music bv C. E. Harper fof 
U. S.] [1305 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 418020; 
Charles Edgar Harper, Salem, Mass. 

I'll show you what kind of Ameri- 
can I am : words bv F. M. Lane, mu- 
sic bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1306 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418351; 
Foster M. Lane, Benham, Ky. 

I love the Lord ; words from the Bible, 
music by John A. West [of U. S.l ; 
sop. or ten. mezzo sop. or bar. 

[1307 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 21. 

1918; E 418420: Arthur P. Schmidt 

co.. Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

I'm better off in my little dug-out; 
words and music by Charles Collins 
[of England]. [1308 

© Dec. 17, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 401959; Francis. Day & 
Hunter. London. 



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I'm going there to Italy; words and 
music by H. Martelly [of U. S.l 

[1309 
© 1 c. Dec. 8, 1917; E 418475; 
Hugh Martelly, Atlanta. 

I'm in love with the girl up in the 
moon ; words by H. Saxe, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] New 
York, Success music co. G. H. Carey. 

[1310 
© Jan. 17, 191S; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418406; H. Saxe, North- 
field, O. 

I'm proud to be the sweetheart of a 
soldier; words and music by Mary 
Earl [of U. S.] [1311 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
191S; E 41S498; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

I'm sending my love on the ocean 
wave ; words by D. P. Arnold, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1312 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415565; 
D. P. Arnold, Warren, Pa. 

I'm so ambitious ; Spanish one-step, 
words and music by Marquis Ellis 
[of U. S.] [1313 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 415507; Ellrich, Los An- 
geles. 

I'm so blue I don't know what to do ; 

words and music by M. Miller [of 

U. S.] [1314 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; E 416S26 ; 

Margaret Miller, Rochester, N. Y. 

I'm the brother of lily of the 
valley; from Doing our bit, words 
and music by L. Wolfe Gilbert, Ana- 
tol Friedland and Henry Lewis [of 
U. S.] [1315 

© Jan. 39, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418446; Gilbert & Fried- 
land, inc., New York. 

I'm thinking; words by Fred E. 
Weatherly, music by A. Herbert 
Brewer [of Great Britain]. [1316 
© Dec. 22. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918: E 420050; Boosey & co., 
London. 

I MAY STAY AWAY A LITTLE LONGER J 

words by Lew Brown, music by Al- 
bert Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [1317 
© Jan. 18. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415587; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

44279—18 3 79 



I miltoni d'arbecchino ; celebre 
valtzer di Richard Drigo, riduzione 
cantabile di Mario Nicolo [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandoliuo. (La canzon- 
etta, no. 808.) [1318 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401848; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

I miss my daddy dear ; words by Sam 
Raynor and Y. O. Brosseau, music 
by Jimmy Durand, arr. by Yvon O. 
Brosseau [of U. S.] [1319 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415015; 
Brosseau music corp., New York. 

I'se gwine back to Dixie ; words and 
music by C. A. White, rev. by H. L. 
Harts [of TJ. S.] ; in G. [1320 

© Jan. 26. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415790; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision and arrangement] 

I shall hear you call ; words by Les- 
lie Cooke; music by R. M. Harvey 
[of England]. [1321 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 401957; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I thank you Mr. Hoover that's the 
best day in the year ; by Clarence 
Gaskill, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.] ; vocal orch., in C, 4to. [1322 
© Feb. 6, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415768 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

words and music by Clar- 
ence Gaskill [of U. S.] [1323 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415722; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

I think it's time to feed the baby ; 
words and music by M. V. Burton 
[of U. S.] [1324 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1918; E 416717; M. Vivia Burton, 
San Francisco. 

Same. [1325 

© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418296 ; M. Vivia Burton, Oakland, 
Cal. 

I've forgotten, come back, I'll for- 
give; words by J. Fisher, music by 
Robert E. Meikrantz [of U. S.] 

[1326 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418384; Joe Fisher, Brook, 
Pa. 



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I've got a baby grand and a grand 

BABY DOWN AT MY HOUSE', WOrdS by 

L. J. Tadych, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1327 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418358; 
Lee J. Tadych, Chicago. 

I WAIT AWHILE BY THE OLD TURNSTILE ; 

words and music by M. F. Stone [of 
U. S.], arr. by Eduard Buechner [of 
U. S.] [1328 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1918; E 415244; 
Mable F. Stone, Oakland, Cal. 

I WANT A GIRL WHO'S A REGULAR PAL; 

words by Oscar F. G. Day, music by 
G. F. Koehler [of U. S.] [1329 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; E 418408 ; 
C. Franz Koehler, Minneapolis. 

I WANT ONE LITTLE GIRL J WOrdS and 

music by Percy Edgar and T. W. 
Thurban [of England]. [1330 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 401956; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I want to be loved : words by Charles 
E. Byrne, music by C. Straight [of 
U. S.] [1331 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418462; 
Charley Straight, Chicago. 

I WANT YOU WITH ME ALL THE TIME J 

words by Gene Oliver, music by Ed- 
mund Braham [of Great Britain 
domiciled at Chicago] [1332 

© Apr. 30, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1918; E 415779; Robert Thornton 
music pub. CO., Chicago. 

I will praise Thee, O Lord; words 
from the Bible, music by Grace 
Louise MeQuesten [of U. S.] 4to. 

[1333 
© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 415591 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

I WISH i COULD BE A SOLDIER BOY ; WOl'dS 

and music by S. H. Dorsey [of U. S.] 

[1334 
© Jan. 29, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1918 : E 416718 ; S. H. Dorsey, South 
Bend, Ind. 

I WONDER WHAT THE STARS ARE ; WOl'dS 

by Edward Lockton, music by Hugh 
Saxby [of England] ; no. 2 in D. 

[1335 
© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918 ; 
E 420047 ; Enoch & sons, London. 



I WONDER WHO TAUGHT ME HOW TO 

love; words by James Timony, 
music by Harry Olsen [of U. S.] 

[1336 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416705; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Ibert (Jacques) Ballade; pat J. 
Ibert [of France], pour harpe it 
pedales. [1337 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401976; Augustin Gay, 
Vitry-le-Francois, France. 

If I could just see mother ; words by 

D. P. Arnold, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1338 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415546; 

D. P. Arnold, Warren, Pa. 

If I only knew ; words by G. H. 
Carey, music by E. M. Collette arr. 
by II. J. Chalmers. New York, Suc- 
cess music co. [1339 
© Dec. 23, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 416730; George H. Carey, 
Akron, O. [Copyright is claimed on 
new words and new title] 

If love should come to you; words 

by Harry D. Kerr, music by Albert 

Vete [of U. S.] [1340 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 418088; 

Artmusic inc., New York. 

If someone only cared; words and 
music by E. Bertelsen [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Edw. L. Ballenger 
music pub. co. [1^41 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1918; E 416770; E. Bertelsen, Los 
Angeles. 

If they ever put a tax on love ; 
words by Sam Ehrlich, music by Nat 
Osborne [of U. S.] [1342 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1918; E 418271; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

If your eyes were brown instead of 
blue ; such a wonderful smile, words 
by Maudsleigh Dudley, music by 
Arthur W. Parry [of England] 

[1343 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401790; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

II est en moi des pen sees ; poesie de 
Carlos Larroude, musique de Mar- 
celle Soulage [of France]; melodie 
pour baryton et piano. [1344* 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21. 
1918; E 420003; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cle., Paris. 



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Imperial unity. See Choice selections 
for the banjo. 

In a corner of Somewhere; song 
from Cash on delivery, music by 
Haydn Wood, arr. by H. M. Higgs 
[of Great Britain] ; string orches- 
tra, piano & organ or harmonium. 
(Salon orchestral journal, no. 22.) 

[1345 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 23, 

1918 ; E 420039 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement! 

In a myrtle shade; words by Wil- 
liam Blake, music by Charles T. 
Griff es [of U. S.] op. I, no. 1, 
(Three poems for voice and piano.) 

[1346 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415427; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

IN A PALE AND DELICATE GOLDEN LIGHT. 

See Lyric fancies. 

IN DREAMS I RETURN TO THE GREEN 

hills of Erin ; words by F. J. Flan- 
igan, music by Robert H. Brennen 
[of U. S.] [1347 

© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415776; Francis J. Flanigan, 
Watertown, N. Y. 

IN EVERY DREAM DEAR HEART; WOl'dS 

and music by H. W. Schnibbe [of 
U. S.], arr. by Arthur Cohri [of 
U. S.] [1348 

© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1917; E 415241; 
H. W. Schnibbe, Brooklyn. 
In fairy land; reverie, by Albert 
Franz [of U. S.] ; piano. [1349 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418105; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
In Hogarth's days; rigadoon by 
Frank Adlam [of England] ; piano 
solo. [1350 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 401970; Nightingale & co., 
London. 
In my dream of the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by D. T. Wilton [of U. S.] 
Boston, Thayer pub. co. [1351 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415792; Dean T. Wilton, Brook- 
line, Mass. 
In my heart there is a picture of 
my mother old and gray ; words by 
Jack Gartland, music by J. Lo 
Cascio [of U. S.] Bayonne, Hitland 
music co. [1352 

© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 415665; Joseph Lo Cascio, 
Bayonne, N. J. 



In ol' Missouri; words and music by 

C. Anderson [of U. S.] [1353 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 418305; 

Chrissie Anderson, Springfield, Mo. 

In old Virginia ; words by M. J. 
George, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1354 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415700; 
Mitchell J. George, Rock Island, 111. 

In quest of a perfect day; words 
and music by E. Benjamin, [of 
U. S.J [1355 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418306; Elfleda Banjamin, 
Chicago. 

In that waltz with you ; song from 
the production Topsy turvy, words 
by Worton David, music by H. 
Darewski [of England] [1356 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401968; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co. London. 

In the beautiful city beyond ; words 

by Mrs. C. Grossman, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [1357 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415672; 

Mrs. C. Grossman, Middletown, N. Y. 

In the gloaming; transcription, by 
G. Powell Crocker [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1358 
© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 415619; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
ranging the old song with varia- 
tions] 
In the heart of Kentucky you gave 
your heart to me ; words and music 
by J. Mahoney [of U. S.] ; violin. 

[1359 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1918; E 415634; 

Jack Mahoney, New York. 

In the land of golden sunshine ; 

w r ords by D. E. Mitchell, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1360 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415545; 
Daniel E. Mitchell Pittsburgh. 
In the land of wedding bells ; fox- 
trot, by Geo. W. Meyer, arr. by Wm. 
Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1361 
© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415785 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
In the sweet summer time long ago; 
words by Chas. H. Scoggins, music 
by A. J. Markgraf [of U. S.] [1362 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418222; Al. J. Markgraf, 
San Francisco. 



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In the world that is to be; words 
and music by Chas. L. H. Wagner 
[of U. S.] [1363 

© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1918; E 416712; Paramount music 
co., Boston. 

Inspiration ; words by C. A. Kelly, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1364 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418328; 

C. A. Kelly, Montauk, N. Y. 

Into my life she came; words by 
Grace Denio Litchfield, music by 
Gottfried E. Federlein [of U. S.l 

[1365 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jim 14, 
1918; E 418106; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Irene ; valse, words and music by M. D. 
Silas [of U. S.l [1366 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415758; 
Mena D. Silas, New York. 

Irish (The) blarney; words by M. 
M. Duffee, music by L. A. Clark [of 
U. S.] Washington C. H., Old re- 
liable music co. [1367 

© Oct. 6, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1918; 
E 415493 ; May M. Duffee, Washing- 
ton C. H., O. 

Irish (An) mother's lament; words 
and music by P. W. DArcy [of 
U. S.] [1368 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418280; 
Patrick William D'Arcy, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Irsay de Irs a (Andre) Two Hun- 
garian songs; words by M. de Bar- 
toky, music by A. I. de Irsa [of 
Poland domiciled at New York] 
Contents: — Gauzy kiss (Tiillos 
ptiRxH. — Abroad in old Hungary 
(Ocla at az Oceanon.) [1369 

© Ma" 25, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1917; E 4i52!0; Matilda de Bartoky 
& Andre Irsay de Irsa, New York. 

Is there a letter for me; words and 
music by C. K. Harris [«r U. S.] 

[1370 
© Jan. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. I, 1918; 
R3 -416756; Charts K. Harris, New 
York. 

Isi.a de Bohot. ; a Fi'ipino waltz; by 
Z. Raiioa [of U. S.] ; clarinet. 

[1371 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418467; 
Zacarias Raiioa, Seattle. 



Isle of view in a we-two canoe on 
the or kan of love; words by A. 
Kennedy, music by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [1372 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415673; 
Albert Kennedy, San Francisco. 

It is up to Uncle Sam; words and 
music by The boys — Sisk & James 
[of U. S.] [1373 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 41S269; Boys music pub. 
co., Cherokee, O. 

It makes no diff'rence whose 
sweetie you were you're my sweet 
sweetie now ; words and music by 
Nat Vincent and Frank Stillwell [of 
U. S.] [1374 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 415667 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

It's a long way to Alsace-Lorraine; 

words by T. Hyland, music by J. E. 

Andino [of U. S.] [1375 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418372; 

Timonthy Hyland, Rochester, N. Y. 

It's a long ways back to school 
days; words by Ted Shapiro, music 
by Nat Vincent [of U. S.] [1376 

© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418092; Al. Piantadosi & 
co., inc., New York. 

It's up to you; words by Pau, music 
by Herman Darewski [of England 1. 

[1377 
© Dec. 22, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 401809; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Jalousie (La) du barbouille; farce 
musicale en un acte, d'apres Mo- 
li£re. paroles de Andre Alexandre, 
musique de Felix Fourdraiu [of 
France] 4to. [1378 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420009; Maurice Senart et 
cie., Paris. 

Jardin (Le) au crepuscule. See 
Musiques au jardin. 

Jerusalem is free; words and music 
by Earle Skater Reynolds and Vin- 
cent Bryan [of U. S.] [1379 
© Jan. 1. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; 
E 418476; Reynolds & Donegan, 
Rensselaer, Ind. 

Jerusalem my happy home; set to 
tune Adulation, words by J. Mont- 
gomery, music by H. F. Asbury |of 
U. S.] [1380 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415432; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 



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Jesus my strength my hope; set to 
tune Confidence, words by C. Wesley, 
music bv H. F. Asbury [of U. S.] 

[1381 
© Dec. 27, 1917: 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415433; Harry P. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Jesus of Nazareth, King; words and 
music by Bernard Hamblen [of 
U. S.] [1382 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918 ; E 418489 ; Chappelle & co., ltd., 
London. 

Joffre-Martel ; marche triomphale, by 

J. Olivier [of Belgium] domiciled at 

New York: piano. [1383 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918; E 418181; 

Jean Olivier, New York. 

JOT COMETH IN THE MORNING; WOI'dS 

by S. J. N. Brock, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1384 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 4183G6 ; 
Susie J. N. Brock, Newman, 111. 

Joy sings in my heart to-day ; words 
by Fred. G. Bowles, music by T. Wil- 
kinson Stephenson [of Great Brit- 
ain]. [1385 
© Dec. 11, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401950; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Just a letter for a boy over there 
from a grey-haired mother over 
here; words and music by Andrew 
B. Sterling-, Arthur Lange and Al- 
fred Solman [of U. S.] [1386 
© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
191S; E 418291; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 
Just one flag; words by Luella 
Bucher, music by Anna O. Jones [of 
U. S.] Erie, Erie music pub. co. 

[1387 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; 

E 415773; Bucher & Jones. Lander, 

Wyo. 

Kaiser Bill, oh, Kaiser Bill; words 

by C. Matteson, music by J. E. An- 

dino [of U. S.] [1388 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415703; 

Cora Matteson, Natoma, Cal. 

Kaiser (The) rides in his armored 

car ; words and music by M. V. 

Bixby [of U. S.] [1389 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415496; 

Maritje V. Bixby, Pittsburgh, N. Y. 

Kathleen my Erin queen ; words and 

music by F. G. Henry [of U. S.] 

[1390 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 418096; 
Fred G. Henry, Warren, O. 



Keep jazzin' it Ras' ; words and music 
by Benson, Brown, Sterling and 
Lange [of U. S.] [1391 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416818; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

Keep old Liberty's light still burn- 
ing; words by L. A. Boss, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1392 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415684; 
Lewis A. Boss, Augusta, N. J. 

Keep smiling; words and music by 
Doris Woodiil Peale, arr. by Charles 
Young [of U. S.] [139^ 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415745; 
Charles Austin Peale, Arlington 
Heights, Mass. 

Khaki boy; words and music by C. 

E. Wilkinson [of U. S.] [1394 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1918 ; E 418313 ; Chas. E. Wilkinson, 

Sapulpa, Okla. 

Kid the Kaiser; words by C. A. Bar- 
nett, music by C. M. Runyan [of 
U. S.] [1395* 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418397; Charles M. Run- 
yan and Calvin A. Barnett, Eugene. 
Or. 

Kilties (The) march; part-song,. 

words by Minna Irving, music by 

Kenneth M. Murchison [of U. S.] ; 

men's voices, piano ace. 4to. no. 

13,229. [1396 

© Dec. 19, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1918; E 415423; Oliver Ditson co.. 

Boston. 
Kiss me to death; a heart song, 

words and music by G. B. Selby 

[pseud, of Leo Ford and Max No- 

vara of U. S.] [1397 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1918; E 418469; 

George B. Selby, Louisville, Ky. 

Kissing moon; words by Douglas 
Overin, music by Dominick A. Maf- 
fei [of U. S.] [1398 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418448 ; Greenwich pub. co., 
New York. 

Kleis abandonnee; extrait de Kleis, 
suite symphonique de Gabriel Marie, 
transcription par Hans Ourdine [of 
France] ; reduit pour orchestre a 
cordes et piano conducteur. [139& 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21. 
1918; E 401.994; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 



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Knitting; quartet, words by Muriel 
Bruce, music by Muriel Bruce and 
Aliotti, arr. by Clarence Lucas [of 
U. S.] ; male voices, piano ace. 4to. 

[1400 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918 ; E 41670S ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Knock the geem out or Geemany ; 
words and music by W. A. Miller 
[of U. S.] [1401 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415583; William Auston 
Miller, St. Louis. 

Koe'kokshi dance. See Grunn (Ho- 
mer) Zuni impressions. 

Lady (The) of the lake; Undine, by 
D. H. Coombs [of England] ; piano. 

[1403 
© Dec. 27. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 401969; Dora H. Coombs, 
London. 

Lafayette we hear you calling ; 
words and music by Marv Earl [of 
U. S.] [1402 

© Feb. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1918; E 415886; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co.. inc., New York. 

Land of liberty ; words by S. Storar, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1404 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418343; 

Sarah Storar, Red Lodge, Mont. 

Land of our children ; words and mu- 
sic by H. L. Bristow [of U. S.] 

[1405 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418385; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Land (The) of the wild rose; words 
and music by J. F. Howard [of 
U. S.] [1406 

© Dec. 18, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415228; John F. Howard, New 
York. 

Last (The) prayer I had with 
mother ; words by J. W. Smith, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1407 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415720; 
James W. Smith, Minneapolis. 

Laudate Dominum ; paroles, litur- 
giques, musique de Florent Schmitt 
[of France], op. 60, pour 4 voix 
mixt.es. (Cinq motets, no. 5) [1408 
© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 401986; Durand et cie., Paris. 



Laughing waters; duet, by L. Leslie 
Loth [of U. S.] ; piano. [1409 

© Jan. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 ; 
E 418110; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Legende (La) de Saint-Christophe ; 
par Vincent d'Indy [of France] ; 
piano et chant. [1410 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
D 19824; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., 
Paris. 

Leggenda di guerra; (La madre 
dell'Alpino), versi di A. Giuliani, mu- 
sica di G. Bona vol on t&, [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino, (La canzonetta, 
no. 797.) [1411 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401851 ; Italian book co., inc., New 

York. 

Let lovelight be always shining for 
the loved ones away; words and 
music by H. C. Weasner [of U. S.] 

[1412 
© Jan. 29, 191S ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 416852 ; H. C. Weasner & co., 
Buffalo. 

Let me hold your hand dear; words 
by S. Storar, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1413 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418342; 
Sarah Storar, Red Lodge, Mont. 

Let me put the Staes and Stripes 
around you ; words by Mrs. J. A. 
Muse, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1414 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418370; 
Mrs. J. A. Muse, Jonesboro, Ark. 

Let nations lay' down their arms ; 
words by F. Wotink, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1415 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418334; 
Fred Wotink, Chicago. 

Let's take a run at the Hun ; words 
and music by Z. Fitz-Gerald [of 
U. S.] [1410 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416828; 
Zeph Fitz-Gerald, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Let us all stand by our Uncle Sam ; 
words and music by M. Kauffman, 
arr. by Robert Mantler [of U. S.] 

[1417 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 418220; 
Maurice Kaiiffman, New York. 



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Lettera alla luna; versi cli O. Re 
Bil, musica di E. Lopinto, [of 
Italy] ; canto e inandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 847.) [1418 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401855; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Liberty for all; words and music by 

G. L. Heck [of U. S.] [1419 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 415737; 

George Lanis Heck, St. Charles. 

Mo. 

Liberty lads ; American triumphal 
march, by Lee Orean Smith [of U. 
S.] ; band. 24mo. [1420 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415782 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Liberty waltz, syncopated; by H. 
Ernst [of U. S.] ; piano. [1421 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415497; 
Hayden Ernst, Evansville, Ind. 

Lied maritime; de Vincent d'Indy, 
arr. par S. Chapelier [of France], 
pour quintette a cordes, fliite et 
clarinette, avec piano conducteur. 

[1422 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1918; E 401996; Rouart, Lerolle et 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Life and service hymns; comp. by 
R. E. Magill [of U. S.], musical 
editor, Bentley D. Ackley. [320] p. 
8vo. [1423 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. and aff. 
Jan. 14, 1918; A 479965; Presbyte- 
rian committee of publ., Richmond. 

Life (The) guards march (Lifrege- 
mentets Husarers marsch) ; arr. by 
H. F. Neilsson [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[1424 
© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918; 
E 416819; Hjalmar F. Neilsson, Chi- 
cago. 

Life is like a song; waltz song, words 
by F. G. Bowles, music by Olive 
Turner [of Great Britain] ; no. 1 
in E fiat. [1425 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 401974; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Life's dream ; reverie, words and arr. 

by C. Anderson, music by Mary 

Houston Bailey [of U. S.] [1426 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 410839; 

Chrissie Anderson, Springfield, Mo. 



L-i-g-h-t-s ; valse lento, by James A. N. 
Caruso [of U. S.] ; piano. [1427 

© Jan. 2. 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E. 416725; Al- 
liance music pub. co., New York. 

Lights (The) of London. See Lyrics 
of London. 

Linger by the fountain ; from Girl of 
my heart, words by Arthur J. Lamb, 
music by Jules Chauvenet [of U. S.] 

[1428] 
© Jan. 28. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1.918; E 415594; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Liszt (Franz) Etudes d'exectition 
transcendante ; par Fr. Liszt, revi- 
sion et annotations par Gerand- 
Latarse [of France] ; pour piano. 
1. Vol. 1. 2. Vol. 2. (Edition na- 
tionale de musique classique, nos. 
5234 & 5.) [1429, 1430 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420011, 420012; Maurice 
Senart et cie., Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision and annotations] 

Little (A) bit of sunshine; words 
by Ballard Macdonald and Joe Good- 
win, music by James F. Hanley, arr. 
by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[1431 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415467; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc., New 
York. 

Little broken- winged robin ; duet, by 
Mathilde Bilbro [of U. S.] ; 2 pianos. 

[1432 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415644; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little (The) girl who represents 
the Red, White and Blue; words 
by E. L. Sharpe, music by L. B. 
Baldwin [of U. S.] [1433 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 418315 ; Baldwin & Sharpe, 
Philomath, Ore. 

Little (A) Red cross nurse; words 

by J. F. Campbell, music by J. E. 

Andino [of U. S.] [1434 

© 1 c. Jan. 2S, 1918; A 415530; 

John F. Campbell, Hammonton, Cal. 

Little (The) soldier; words by J. 
Conroy, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1435 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418355; 
Jos. Conroy, New Orleans. 



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Littlest (The) of all; words by 
Arthur Guiterman, music by Frank 
E. Tours [of U. S.] ; high in A flat. 

[1436 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418199; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Lloyd George's beer; words and mu- 
sic by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee 
[of England] [1437 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401786; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Lola ; por R. Balseiro [of Porto Rico] ; 
piano. (In Dauzos cortas.) New 
York, J. Fischer & bro. [1438 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416766; Rafael Balseiro, San 
Juan, Porto Rico. 

Lolo e mimi ; parole di Luciano Molin- 
ari, musica di F. Pugliese [of Italy] 

[1439 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418243 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Long (The) road; part-song, words 
by Chas. W. Kennedy, music by Wal- 
lace A. Sabin [of England, domiciled 
at Berkeley, Cal.] ; men's voices, pi- 
ano ace. 4to. (G. S. 8vo choruses 
no. 6717) [1440 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416755 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Look out for Uncle Sam ; words by 
C. A. Kells, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1441 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418337; 
Charles A. Kells, Hudson, N. Y. 

Look up ; hymn, words by C. S. Brown, 
music by C. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[1442 

© Jan. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416817; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chi- 
cago. 

Lord (The) is in His holy temple; 
words from the Bible, music by 
C. A. H. Thompson and Supplication 
(A) for peace; quartette or chorus, 
words and music by C. A. H. Thomp- 
son [of U. S.] 4to. [1443 
© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 418308 ; Carrie Adeline Hill 
Thompson, Los Angeles. 

Lord Mayor's show. See Lyrics of 
London. 



Lord (The) of life; Easter song, 
words by William C. O'Neill, music 
by Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] ; in C 
and A. [1444 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416781; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Lord (The) of love (Entre le boeuf 
et F ane gris) ; French carol of the 
16th century, Eng. text by Stewart 
A. Trench, music har. by Gustav 
Ferrari [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Mixed 
voices. 2. Women's voices. [1445 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 418500; H. W. Gray co.. 

New York. 

Lord of our life; set to tune Suppli- 
cation, words by Lowenstern, trans, 
by P. Pusey, music by H. F. Asbury 
[of U. S.] [1446 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918 ; E 415430 ; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Loretta waltzes; by O. L. Sims [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1447 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418289; 
Omar L. Sims, Laundale, 111. 

Love days ; words by M. M. Duffee, 
music by L. A. Clark [of U. S.] 
Washington C. H., Old reliable mu- 
sic co. [1448 
© Nov. 9, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 415495 ; May M. Duffee, Washing- 
ton C. H., O. 

Love first came from heaven. See 
Lyric fancies. 

Love in the homeland ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Herbert 
Matheson [of Great Britain] no. 2 
in F. [1449 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 25. 
1918 ; E 420043 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Love me in the summer time ; words 
and music by E. M. Weaver [of 
U. S.] [1450 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; E 418189 ; Ed- 
ward M. Weaver, Columbus, Neb. 

Love (A) song. See Chappell's army 
journal, no. 453. 

Love star; words and music by R. E. 
Smith [of U. S.] [1451 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 416758: 
Ralph E. Smith, New York. 



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Love's cigarette; song from the musi- 
cal play A Southern maid, words by 
Adrian Ross, music by H. Fraser- 
Simson [of England]. [1452 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 420030; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Love's delight; waltz, by W. Hartman 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [1453 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 41S018; 
William Hartman. Chicago. 

Love's dream ; by Paul Discount [of 

Russia domiciled at New York] op. 

2: piano. [1454 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; 

E 415676 ; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 

Love's glory; words by Helen Taylor, 
music by Donald Crichton [of Eng- 
land] ; no. 2 in E flat. [1455 
© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 420057 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Love's pleading ; words and music by 
W. W. Ellsworth [of U. S.], arr. by 
William H. Nelson [of U. S.] [1456 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418458; 
Washington W T hite Ellsworth, Brook- 
lyn. 

Lullaby (A.) ; words by C. Forrer, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1457 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415538; 

Catharine Forrer, Dayton, O. 

See By the fireside. 

Ltjntano ; versi di Aniello Califano, 
musica di Ettore Lopinto [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 854.) [145S 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401853; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Lyric fancies ; by Harold Wallis [of 
England] op. 10; piano. Contents: — 
1. Love first came from heaven. — 2. 
In a pale and delicate golden light. — 
3. Under a starlit sky. — 4. Farewell. 

[1459 
© Jan. 16. 1918; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1918 ; E 420045 ; Elkin & co., London. 
Lyric impressions : by Rudolf Friinl 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Educational 
series no. 193) Contents: — Squires 
and dames. — Butterfly waltz. — Ten- 
der message. — Fascination. — Chant 
poStique. — Reveil du printemps. 

[1400 
© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418460 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



Lyrics of London ; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Herbert 
Oliver [of England] ; no. 3 for high 
voice. Contents: — 1. The lights of 
London. — 2. The grey old London 
river. — 3. Mistress Molly. — 4. The 
roses of London. — 5. The Lord may- 
or'« show\ [1461 

© Nov. 19. 1917; 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1917 ; E 401966 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Ma cherie Mignon : intermezzo de bal- 
let, by Percy Elliott [of England 1 ; 
piano. [1462 

© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10. 1918; 
E 401 7S3; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

McKinney; tune. See O son of God. 

Macnamara's band: words by John J. 
Stamford, music by Shamus O'Con- 
nor [of England] ; no. 2 in A flat. 

[1463 
© Nov. 19, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 5, 1917 ; 
E 401967; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Maid of Orleans; mazurka, three- 
step, by Mackie-Beyer [of U. S.] 
4to. 1. Full orch. 2. Military band. 
[1464, 1465 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
28, 1918; E 415606, 415603; J. W. 
Pepper & son, Philadelphia. 

Making cider ; jazz fox trot, by Harry 

Lodge [of U. S.] ; piano. [1466 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25. 

1918; E 415466; Maurice Richmond 

music co., inc., New York. 

Malandrino; versi di C. De Flaviis, 
musica di N. Valente [of Italy 1 ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1467 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918: E 401922; Italian book co.. 
inc., New York. 

Man (The) of the hour; words by 
Mavme Gehrue, music by V. Ham- 
mond [of U. S.] [1468 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418405; 
Victor Hammond, New York. 

Mandulinata; versi di Libero Bovio, 
musica di Ernesto De Curtis [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 827) [1469 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12. 
1918; E 401857; Italian book co.. 
inc.. New York. 



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Marchesino (II) ; marcia coraica, 
versi e musica di Gustavo De Marco 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Na- 
poli, Emilio Gennarelli e c. [1470 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401902; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Marching on Berlin town ; words 

and music by C. W. Calkins [of 

U. S.] [1471 

© 1 c. Feb. 5. 1918; E 415740; 

Clifford W. Calkins, Omaha, Neb. 

Marching through Germany ; Avords 
by It. C. Rawlings, music by Henry 
C. Work [of U. S.] Kansas City, 
Mo., Rawlings pub. co. [1472 

© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 418027; Robert Cosby Rawlings, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Marcia di bravura ; by Theodora Dut- 
ton [of U. S.], op. 8, no. 4; piano. 
(Cycle of dances) [1473 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416797; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Mare napulitano; versi di D. Furno, 
musica di G. E. Pennino, trascritta 
da L. Criscuolo [of Italy] ; per canto 
e mandolino. (Delizte del mando- 
linista, no. 2793) [1474 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan.. 26, 
1918; E 420070; G. Santojanni, Na- 
ples. 

Margarete ; versi di C. De. Flaviis, 
musica di E. Cannio [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1475 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401921 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Marry, merry Mary; words and mu- 
sic by Will F. Gray [of U. S.] [1476 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 41S310 ; Gray & Flath music 
co., Wichita, Kan. 

Marseillaise (La) ; words and music 
by Rouget De Lisle, English tr. by 
Gertrude Maud Norman, harmonized 
by Carlos Salzedo [of France] 4to. 

[1477 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 

1918; E 420048; H. W. Gray co.. 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on harmonization and translation.] 

Maure; tune. See All hail the power 
of Jesus' name. 



Maxina; round dance, music by Mar- 
guerite Boissonnade and W. F. 
Hurndall [of England] ; piano. 

[1478 
© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 401781; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

May flower; valzer, by A. Rossi [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1479 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415481; Albert Rossi, Bes- 
semer, Mich. 

Mazurka; by Charles V. Stamford 
[of Great Britain] op. 150; piano. 
(Scenes de ballet, no. 5) [1480 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420028; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

by Theodora Dutton [of U. S.], 

op. 8. no. 2 ; piano. (Cycle of dances) 

[1481 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416794; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Mazurka russe; by Henry Geehl [of 
England] ; orchestra and piano 
conductor. 4to. [1482 

© Dec. 31. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 420044; Gould & co., Lon- 
don. X 

Me voglio sctascta; versi di A. Cali- 
fano, musica di R. Falvo [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 805) [14S3 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401856; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Melancolie. See Galaxy no. 111. 

Melody (A) fox trot; by Earl Bunn 

Fuller [of U. S.], arr. by Ernest 

Cutting [of U. S.] ; piano. [14S1 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918; E 418183; 

Earl Bunn Fuller, New York. 

Memories. See Suite d'un reveur. 

Mercedes; por R. Balseiro [of Porto 
Rico] ; piano. New York, J. Fischer 
& bro. [1485 

© Jan. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1918; E 416769; Rafael Balseiro, 
San Juan, P. R. 

Merely Mary Jane; from Jacks to 
open, words by F. S. Weston, music 
by J. H. Fithian, jr., arr. by Chas. 
Corbeau [of U. S.] Philadelphia, M. 
D. Swisher. [I486 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415573; J. H. Fithian, jr., 
Philadelphia. 



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Messenger (The) ; words by Chas. 

Towne, music by T. Sturkow-Ryder 

[of U. S.] [1487 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415418; 

Theodora Sturkow-Ryder, Chicago. 

Messicana (La) ; versi di C. Farft, 

inusica di D'AloS [of Italy] [1488 

© Sent. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

191S; E 418245; Italian book co., 

inc.. New York. 

"Mid the hills of West Virginia; 
words bv William C. Wilbert, music 
by Louis Panella [of U. S.] [1489 
© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418321; Wilbert & McCas- 
key music co., Pittsburg. 

Mimosa (Lonely violet), by Emile Foss 
Christiani [of U. S.] ; piano. [1490 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; 
E 416822; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Minder fra skoledagene ; words by 
Julius B. Baumann, music from a 
folksong, arr. by T. Reimestad [of 
U. S.] (Reimestad album, v. V) 

[1491 
© Dec. 10, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918 ; E 416807 ; Theodor Reimestad, 
Minneapolis. 

Minuetto; by Theodora Dutton [of 

U, S.] op. 8, no. 3, piano. [1492 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 

E 416799; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Miss Paeee; march-one-step, by J. L. 

Ritchie [of U. S.] ; piano. [1493 

© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1918; E 415669; 

John Lawrence Rite-hie, Pittsburgh. 

Mistress Molly. See Lyrics of Lon- 
don. 

Mitnitzky (Issay) Nocturne ; by I. 
Mitriitzky, op. 15, ed. and rev. by 
Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. [1494 

© Nov. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418484; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Mminiezo a ll'uva ; versi di G. Ca- 
purro, musica di E. Di Capua Tof 
Italy] [1495 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418242; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Moon (The) at the full. See Songs 
of springtime. ' 



Moon song; from Oh lady, lady, words 
by P. G. Wodehouse, music by Jer- 
ome Kern [of U. S.] [1496 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416772; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Moon (The) was shining bright on 
the Missouri; words by E. Biese- 
raeyer, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1497 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; E 415687 ; Ed- 
ward Biesemeyer, Malta Bend, Mo. 

Moonlight walk; fox trot, by L. De 

Crescenzi and Sam Feinberg [of 

U. S.] ; instrumental. [1498 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418399; 

Louis De Crescenzi, New York. 

Moon's (The) melody; words by F. 

Conley, music by Edna Rendall [of 

U. S.] [1499 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 415752; 

Frank R. Conley, Sacramento. 

Morning-glory; by Herbert Ralph 

Ward [of U. S.] ; piano. [1500 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918; E 415639; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Mort (La) de l'aigle. See Trophees 
(Les) 

Mother (A.) Goose arabesque; can- 
tata, words adapted from Mother 
Goose, and music by Jessie Merrill 
Turkey [of U. S.] ; treble voices, 
piano ace. 4to. [1501 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1918 ; 
E 415451 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Mother love; words and music by K. 

Merkau [of Germany, domiciled at 

San Francisco] [1502 

© Jan. 2, 1018 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 415500; 

Karl Merkau, San Francisco. 

Mother (The) that's gone; words by 
L. F. Scott, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1503 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418357; 
L. F. Scott, Brice, Tex. 

Mother's dream ; words and music by 
V. Latsky [of U. S.] [1504 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415559; 
Vinnie Latsky, Bayonne, N. J. 

Mother's (A.) gift to her country; 

words by Mrs. W. D. Lent, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1505 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415682; 

Mrs. W. D. Lent. Syracuse, N. Y. 



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Mother's last appeal ; words by F. D. 
Handle, music by Harry Dixon Loes 
[of U. S.] [1506 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415626; Mrs. Fannie Don- 
aldson Handle, Hutchinson, Kan. 

Mothers of sons ; words and music 
by Arthur Stroud and Aubrey Ken- 
nett [of England] [1507 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401782; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Mother's (A) prayer; words and mu- 
sic by R. Hyatt, arr. by Arthur Fisk 
[of U. S.] [1508 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418487; 
Ralph Hyatt, San Francisco. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) 9 se- 
lected sonatas for the piano, v. 1 and 
2; by W. A. Mozart, ed. by Arthur 
Foote [of U. S.] ; piano. (Educa- 
tional series, no. 171a, b) 

[1509, 1510 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 

21, 1918; E 418415, 418416; Arthur 

P. Schmidt co., Boston. [Copyright 

is claimed on revision and editing] 

Musiques atj jardin ; par J. Guy Ro- 
partz [of France) ; piano. Con- 
tents: — 1. Prelude matinal. — 2. Un 
oiseau sur le sable de l'allee. — 3. Les 
vieux souvenirs surgissent de l'om- 
bre. — 4. Un enfant joue. — 5. Le jar- 
din au crepuscule. — 6. Rondes et 
chants. [1511 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401990; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Mtjy bonita (Very pretty) ; by H. 

Allen, arr. by H. Allen and Ettie A. 

Allen [of U. S.] ; piano. [1512 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415415; 

Henry Allen, Los Angeles. 

My boy ; words by R. B. Chapman and 

G. C. Stumpf, music by J. E. Andino 

[of U. S.] [1513 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415562; 

R. B. Chapman & Gerard C. Stumpf, 

Springfield, Mass. 
My boy, America is calling ; words 

by I. E. Lisson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1514 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418344; 

I. E. Lisson, Syracuse, N. Y. 

My country, first of all; words by 

M. Mann, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [1515 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418050; 

Mary Mann, Afton, N. Y. 



My dear old Dixieland; words by S; 
Turner, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1516 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415554; 
Stanley Turner, Covington, Ky. 

My dream sweetheart; words by 
J. W. Harte, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1517 
© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1918; E 415691; 
J. W. Harte, Philadelphia. 

My Espanolya; words and music by 

H. Orlob, arr. by Max Steiner [of 

U. S.] [1518 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 418227; 

Harold Orlob, New York. 

My honey-Ltjla in Honolulu ; words 

and music by W. T. Schorn, arr. by 

Paul Cremashi [of U. S.] [1519 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415754; 

William Theodore Schorn, Brooklyn. 

My lady's garden ; by Frederick A. 
Williams [of U. S.], op. 99, no. 2; 
piano. [1520 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418419 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

My little violet waltz (Mia violet- 
tina) ; by J. Nicomede [of U. S.l ; 
mand. and guit. [1521 

© Jan. 30, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2, 
1918 ; E 415674 ; Joe Nicomede, New 
Alexandria, Pa. 

My love is a muleteer ; by Francisco 
di Nogero [pseud, of Emilie Frances 
Bauer, of U. S.] ; orch, ace, sop. or 
ten., mezzo sop. or bar. 4to. [1522 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
21, 1918; E 41S414; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

My love is like a red, red rose ; words 
by Robert Burns, music by William 
Armour Thayer [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [1523 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418184; Chandler-Ebel 
music co., Brooklyn. 

My love to you. See Chappell's army 
journal. 

My oriental rosebud ; words by G. 
Davis, music by W. Smith [of U. S.] 

[1524 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415661; 
George G. Davis & Walter Smith, 
San Francisce. 



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My pal Joe; song in the production 
Airs and graces, written by Eric 
Blose and Harold Montague, com- 
posed by Harold Montague [of Eng- 
land] [1525 
© Dec 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 401794; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

My prayer ; words and music by J. F. 

Caithness [of U. S.l [152G 

© 1 e. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415774; 

Jeanne Falconer Caithness, Everett, 

Wash. 

My Rachel Myer from Hawaii; 
words and music by Herbert Rule, 
Thomas McGhee and Sam Stern [of 
England] 11527 

© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1918; E 401789; Francis, Day & 
Hunter. London. 

My rain-beau; words by Mrs. A. M. 
Regan, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1528 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418331; 
Mrs. A. M. Regan, S. Rochester, 
N. Y. 

My Rhode Island; words by "W. H. 
Peters, music by G. A. Slocum [of 
U. S.] [1529 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415793; Geo. A. Slocum, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

My schoolgirl sweetheart ; words 
by William Templer Becker, music 
by Willard L. Kezar [of U. S.l 

[1530 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416776; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

My soldier boy I'll watt for you; 
words and music by S. M. Clark 
[of U. S.] [1531 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416099; 
Saidee Mae Clark, Portsmouth, O. 

My soldier boy in France; words bv 
Mrs. W. T. Cuddy, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1532 

© 1 c. Jan. 28. 1918; E 415544; 
Mrs. W. T. Cuddy, Tonopah, Nev. 

My soldier boy of the U. S. A. ; words 
and music bv Mrs. P. Graham, arr. 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1533 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415693; 
Mrs. Peeril Graham, Newdale, Id. 



My song to you; words by Jessie B. 
Rittenhause, music by Benjamin F. 
Rungee [of U. S.] ; low voice in F 
minor. [1534 

© Jan. 14, 191S; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418441 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Myself — my country and you ; words 
and music by H. W. Snyder [of 
U. S.] [1535 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 415503; Harold William 
Snyder, Akron, O. 

Mysterious story. Sec Grunn 
(Homer) Zuni impressions. 

Nachwirkung (O ask me not) ; words 
by Theodore Fontane, music by L. 
W. Poritz [of U. S.] Chicago, Clay- 
ton F. Summy co. [1536 

© Jan. 5, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1918; 
E 415511; Lotta W. Poritz, Evans- 
ton, 111. [Copyright is claimed on 
English words and music] 

Napule aspetta ; versi di E. Murolo, 
musica di E. Tagliaferri [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli e c. Ed. no. 176. [1537 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401877 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Napule sulo pe' te ; versi di Amleto 
Ragona, musica di E. Tagliaferri 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Ed. 
no. 212. Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli 
& co. [1538 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401898 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

National (A) prayer hymn; words 
by Jesse Foster, music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] [1539 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 418034; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Nation's (The) call; by A. P. Groy 
[of U. S.] ; instrumental. [1540 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416700; 
Adele P. Groy, Fordham, N. Y. 

'Neath the shade of an old pagoda; 
words by George Arthurs, music by 
Max Darewski [of England]. 

ri541 
© Deo. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; 
E 401816; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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'Neath the Stars and Stripes; pa- 
triotic anthem, words and music by 
J. L. Lanin [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
4to. [1542 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 415614; Joseph Lawrence 
Lanin, Pittsburg. 

Never; a song of love's immortality, 
words and music by R. M. Orr [of 
Canada] [1543 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1918; E 401682; 
Robert Manly Orr, Vancouver, Brit- 
ish Columbia. 

New York blues ; words and music by 
James H. Whelpley [of U. S.] 
Washington C. EL, Irvin music pub. 
co. [1544 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918 ; E 418293 ; John L. Rose, Wash- 
ington C. H., O. 

Night. See By the fireside. 

Nightmares ; words and music by R. 
P. Weston and Bert Lee [of Eng- 
land]. [1545 
© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; 
E 401791; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

NO MORE YOU'LL HEAR THE CANNON'S 

roar ; words by C. P. Dempsey, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1546 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418345; 
Chas. P. Dempsey, San Francisco. 

Non torni piu; versi di A. Trusiano, 
musica di G. del Vecchio [of Italy] 

[1547 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1917 ; 

E 418241; Italian book co., New 

York. 

Nos vieilles chansons ; 50 transcrip- 

tions par Alfred Frangaix [of 

France], op. 43; piano a 4 mains. 

(Edition Nationale de musique 

classique, no. 5233.) [1548 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1918; E 420007; Maurice Senart 

et cie., Paris. 

Not yet; from Oh, lady, lady, words 

by P. G. Wodehouse, music by 

Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [1549 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 

1918; E 415461; T. B. Harms co., 

New York. 
Nothin' but Wisconsin ; words by 

George N. Alsop, music by C. 

Jacobs-Bond [of U. S.] [1550 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1918; E 415485; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 

& son, Chicago. 



Novello amore; versi di Ugo Vero, 
musica di F. Liberato [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & co. [1551 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401844; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Nu centenaro 'e vase; versi di G. 
Capaldo, musica di V. Fassone [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonette, no. 815.) [1552 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401859; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

'Nu poco poco; versi di Aniello Cali- 
fano, musica del Cav. V. Valente 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 845.) [1553 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401858; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Nuttata napulitana; versi di E. 
Murolo, musica di N. Valente [of 
Italy] : canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1554 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401845; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

'O canteniere; versi di Domenico 
Albin, musica di N. Valente [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1555 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401924; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

O Columbia thou art needed; words 
by W. H. Lowry, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1556 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415696; 
W. H. Lowry, Mercer, Mo. 

O gladsome light; sacred duet, 
words by Longfellow, music by 
Cuthbert Harris [of Great Britain] ; 
soprano and alto with piano ace. 

[1557 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420019; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

O have ye heard the tidings ; Christ- 
mas chorus, Eng. text by Helen 
A. Dickinson, music from 16th cen- 
tury, arr. by Clarence Dickinson [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. [1558 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1918 ; 
E 418273; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 



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O, I just love a soldier boy ; words by 
R. L. McComas, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1559 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415690; 
Rose L. McCornas, Huntington, W. 
Va. 

O King of saints ; set to tune Graham, 
words by M. A. Thomson, music by 
H. F. Asbury [of U. S.] [1560 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415446; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

O Lord of heaven and earth and 
sea; anthem, words by Bishop 
Wordsworth, music by L. M. Genet 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Octavo 
series no. 1244) [1561 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418412; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

O loveliest face ; words and music by 

A. H. Edwards [of U. S.] [1562 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415580: 

Ariadne Holmes Edwards, New 

York. 

'O macellaro ; versi di Mimi Albin, mu- 
sica di N. Valente [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. (La canzonetta, no. 
818.) [1563 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401860; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

'O panaro 'e mamma' ; versi di T. Fer- 
razzano, musica di G. Del Colle [of 
Italy domiciled at New York] ; 
mand. 4to. [1564 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 415499; Italian book co., 
New York. 

'O pappagallo; canzonetta comica, 
versi di A. Mangione (Alman) mu- 
sica di Luigi Criscuolo [of Italy] 
trascitta per canto e mandolino. 
(Le delizie del mandolinista, no. 
2S03. ) [1565 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 420066 ; G. Santo janni, Naples. 

'O putite immagginA ; versi di A. Bar- 
biori. musica di V. Di Chiara [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
P^milio Gennarelli & c. [1566 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918: E 401925; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

O Sion haste; set to tune Anniver- 
sary, words by M. A. Thomson, mu- 
sic by H. F. Asbury [of U. S.] 

[1567 
© Dec. 27. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415442; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 



'O sole 'e Maggto; versi di A. Man- 
gione (Alman), musica di G. C. Pen- 
nino, trascritta da L. Criscuolo [of 
Italy] ; per canto e mandolino. (Le 
delizie del mandolinista, no. 2795) 

[1568 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 420069 ; G. Santojanni, Naples. 

O son of God; set to tune McKinney ( 
words by J. Ellerton, music bv H. F. 
Asbury [of U. S.] [1569 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415436; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

'O surdato 'e mala vita ; versi di E. 
Murolo, musica di E. Cannio [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1570 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401923 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

O tender loving Shepherd; hymn- 
anthem, words anon, music by James 
L. Gilbert, arr. by Philip Greely [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. [1571 
© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415789; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Occhi azztjrri; canzonetta, versi e 
musica di L. Criscuolo [of Italy], 
trascritta per canto e mandolino. 
(Le-delizie del mandolinista, no. 
2775) [1572 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 26. 
1918; E 420068; G. Santojanni, Na- 
ples. 

versi di Luciano Molinari, musica 

di F. Pugliese [of Italy] [1573 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18. 
1918; E 418240; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

O'Connor ; words and music by W. H. 
Ross and D. T. Meyer [of U. S.] 
New York, National music co. [1574 
© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1918 ; 
E 418095; William H. Ross and 
Daisy Theresa Meyer, New York. 

O'er the top we'll go ; words by M. M. 
& F. P., music by J. C. Marks [of 
U. S.] [1575 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418445; J. Christopher 
Marks music co., New York. 

Oh! what a beautiful baby you've 
turn'd out to be; from Miss 1917, 
words by Stanley Murphy, music by 
Harry Tierney [of U. S.] [1576 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1918 ; 
E 416843 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



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Oh what a lovin' the girls will get 

WHEN THE HOYS COME HOME; W01"ds 

by Howard Johnson and Harry 
Pease, music by Harry Jentes [of 
U. S.] [1577 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415787; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Oh, you cutie; one-step, by H. Tush, 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [1578 

© 1 e. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415654; 
Harry Tush, New York. 

Oh, you great big loving kid; words 
and music by Harry Staunton and 
Donovan Meher [of England] [1579 
© Dec. 17, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1917 ; E 401947 ; L. Silberman & A. 
Grock, London. 

OlSEAU ( UN ) SUR LE SABLE DE L'ALLEE. 

See Musiques au jardin. 

Old Bill the Hun and his young 
son ; words by W. A. Paul, music 
by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [1580 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415558; 
Win. A. Paul, Smiths Falls, Out., 
Canada. 

Old (The) convict; words by C. 

Schleinitis, melody by II. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [1581 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418046; 

C. Schleinitis, Rimini, Mont. 

Old (An) fashioned rose my mother; 
words by Milton Weil and Joe Lyons, 
music by Gene Oliver [of U. S.] 

[15S2 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418295; Milton music co., 
Chicago. 

Old folks at home ; words and music 
by Stephen Fostar, arr. by Carl 
Engel [of U. S.] ; chorus mixed 
voices. [1583 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 
E 415235; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Old Glory has never touched the 
ground; words by W. H. Pollett, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [15S4 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415536; 
W. H. Pollett, Emmett, Ark. 

Old Glory unfurled; words and 
music by E. L. Koogle [of U. S.] 
Lobnnon, O., School and college 
novelty co. (War-time entertain- 
ment specialties no. 4) [1585 
© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418434; Effie Louise Koogle, 
Philadelphia. 



Old maid blues; words by Web Mad- 
dox, music by David W. Guion [of 
U. S.] [15S6 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415246; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Old (The) songs; words by John D. 
Long, adapted by T. Reimestad, mu- 
sic by T. Reimestad [of U. S.] 

[1587 
© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1918 ; 
E 416808 ; Theodor Reimestad, Min- 
neapolis. 

Olive; tune. See Crown Him with 
many crowns. 

On a battlefield in France; words 
and music by H. F. Kissell and E. 
M. Howell [of U. S.] [1588 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415516; H. F. Kissell and 
E. M. Howell, Denver. 

On a hill at sunset. See Evening 
sketches. 

On guard ; military march by Gordon 
Mackenzie, [of England] ; piano. 

[15S9 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918 ; 
E 401955; Frances, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

On I on ! on ! words and music by J. 

H. Morrison [of U. S.] [1590 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 41S277; 

James H. Morrison, San Francisco. 

On Puget Sound ; words and music 

by C. L. Mortland [of U. S.] [1591 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 

E 415735; Charlie L. Mortland, 

Bellingham, Wash. 

On the day we reach old Berlin ; 
words and music by H. Logan, arr. 
by Patrick William D'Arcy [of 
U. S.] T1592 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 41S279; 
Henry Logan, Brentwood, Cal. 

On the firing line ; words and music 
by M. Ferrar [of U. S.] arr. by 
Christian Pratorius [of U. S.] 

[1593 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415486; 
Michael Ferrar, New York. 

On the mountain ; two-part song, 
words by Jessie Andrews, music by 
Walter Howe Jones [of U. S.] (Oc- 
tave series no. 133) [1594 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418413 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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On the old Mesaba range ; words and 
music by Frank P. Hayes [of U. S.] 

[1595 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
191S; E 418382: Mrs. A. G. Flour- 
noy, Virginia, Minn. 

On their way to France; words by 

Jos. Ferguson, music by T. E. 

Evans [of U. S.] [1596 

© 1 e. Jan. 28, 1918: E 415609; 

Thomas E. Evans, Olyphant, Pa. 

One kiss ere we part; words by 
Leonard L. Cooke, music by Victor 
Brittain [of England]. [1597 

© Dec. 7. 1917; 1 c. June 10, 
1918; E 401776; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

One million to ten ; words and arr. 
of melody by A. Brodsky [of U. S.], 
melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher of U. S.] [1598 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418430; 
Anna Brodsky, Cincinnati. 

Only a memory of you; words by J. 
Will Callahan, music by Blanche M. 
Tice [of U. S.] [1599 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418268; Blanche M. Tice 
music pub. co., Sioux City, la. 

Only (The) flag, the flag for all; 
words by R. Mansfield, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1600 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418360; 
Rupert Mansfield, Keystone Park, 
Fla. 

Onward ; tune. See Go forward Chris- 
tian soldier. 

Other times ; words by C. G. Hult- 
gren. music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1601 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418341; 
C. G. Hultgren, Washington. 
Others ; words by C. D. Meigs, music 
by Elizabeth McE. Shields [of 
U. S.] [1602 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418387; Presbyterian com- 
mittee of publication, Richmond. 
Our boys ; words and music by M. F. 
Johnson [of U. S.], arr. by Ygnacio 
C. Escobar [of U. S.] [1603 

© 1 c. Nov. 24, 1917; E 41S188 ; 
Mary Francis Johnson, Bakersfield, 
Cal. 

words by S. C. Johnson, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

T1604 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415679; 
Simon C. Johnson, Do Kalb, 111. 



Our boys and Old Glory in France; 
words by E. L. Plummer, music by 
Irene Varley [of England domiciled 
at Seattle] [1605 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 416762; 
Ella L. Plummer, Seattle. 

Our boys in camp; by Mrs. G. W. C. 
Thompson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1606 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415549; 
Mrs. G. W. Churchill Thompson, 
Bradford, Pa. 

Our boys in the khaki suits ; words 

and music by Mrs. C. S. Sullivan 

[of U. S.] [1607 

© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1918; E 418287; 

Mrs. C. S. Sullivan, Anderson, S. C. 

Our Christ arose; words and music 
by F. E. Wright [of U. S.] [1608 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415470; 
F. E. Wright, Summit, S. D. 

Our country's call; words by D. M. 

Tetzloff, music by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [1609 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418299; 

Dekota May Tetzloff, Postville, la. 
words by Mrs. J. A. Carlock, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1610 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415539; 

Mrs. J. A. Carlock, Paynesville. 

Minn. 

Our dear old Red, White and Blue ; 

words by A. Salyer, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1611 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418324; 

Annie Salyer, Elmer, Mo. 

Our flag; words and music by E. 

Brachmann [of U. S.] [1612 

© 1 c. Nov. 21, 1917; E 415729; 

Emily Brachmann, East Orange, 

N. J. 
words by Charles L. H. Wagner, 

music by Will Ellsworth Brown [of 

U. S.] [1613 

© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 

1918; E 416710; Paramount music 

co., Boston. 

Our Jackie on the Yankee man of 

war ; words and music by R. Dutton 

[of U. S.] [1614 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415579; 

Robert Dutton, New York. 

Our native land; words by A. Davis, 
music by R. A. Browne [of U. S.l 

[1615 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415403; 
Anna Davis, New Ulm, Minn. 



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Our Sammje boys ; words by M. M, 
Duffee, music by L. A. Clark [of 
U. S.] Washington C. H., Old re- 
liable music co. [1610 
© Aug. 30, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 415494; May M. Duffee, 
Washington O. H., O. 

Our Sammies ; one-step march or two- 
step, by Carl D. Vandersloot [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1617 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24. 
1918; E 415405; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

words and music by W. P. and 

Alice M. Hershey [of U. S.] [1618 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 416813; 
W. P. Hershey, Gateway, Ore. 

Our Sammies of the U. S. A. ; words 

and music by E. G. McCauley [of 

U. S.] [1619 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416701; 

Ernest Gilbert McCauley, Dayton, O. 

Our Sammies of U. S. A. ; words and 

music by I. L. Dow [of U. S.] [1620 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 

E 418040; Ida Ludden Dow, Long 

Island, N. Y. 

Our Sammy boys in France ; words by 

J. E. Peterson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1621 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; E 418335 ; 

Mrs. J. E. Peterson, Clark Station, 

Ind. 

Our soldier boys; march song, words 

and music by C. E. Roat [of U. S.'J 

[1622 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418101 ; Chas. E. Roat music 
co., ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

words and music by J. A. Goode 

[of U. S.] [1623 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418265; John A. Goode. 
Portland, Ore. 

words by M. E. Curtis, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1624 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415541; 
Mary Elizabeth Curtis, Amarillo, 
Tex. 

words by M. McDonald, music by 

Joseph J. Fecher [of U. S.] [1625 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 418504; Mary McDonald, 
East Orange, N. J. 
Our soldter boys in France; words 
by H. Baker, music by J. E. Andino 
[of U. S.] [1626 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418361; 
Harriet Baker, Philadelphia. 



Our souls are thine, America ; words 
by Frederic Manley, music by Fran- 
cis Ames [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [1627 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918 ; E 415449 ; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 

Our universal prayer for peace; 

words and music by E. De Noyer and 

Charles Gilmore [of U. S.] [1628 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1918; E 415627; 

Eddie De Noyer, New York. 

Oust Kaiser Bill; words by F. G. 

Bullock, music by Gertrude Bullock 

[of U. S.] [1629 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415624; 

F. G. Bullock, Denbigh, N. Dak. 

Over bloomy lands or heather ; duet, 
words by Ray Clarke Rose, music by 
Fay Foster [of U. S.] ; sop. and alto, 
piano ace. [1630 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 416735; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

two-part song, words by Ray 

Clarke Rose, music by Fay Foster 
[of U. S.] ; chorus for treble voices, 
B flat. 4to. (8vo. no. 4449) [1631 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 418444; J. Fischer & bro.. 
New York. 

Over here; words and melody by B. 
Black [of U. S.] arr. by William 
Quinn [of U. S.] [1632 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418401; 
Ben Black, San Francisco. 
Over here when we get back from 
over there; words and music by 
Mrs. George Barton [of U. S.] 

[1633 
© Feb. 2 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416787 ; Katherine Gordon French, 
New York. 

Over in Spain; words by Mayme 

Gehrue, music by V. Hammond [of 

U. S.] [1634 

© 1 c. Jan. 21 1918; E 418404; 

Victor Hammond, New York. 

Over in the good old U. S. ; words 

and music by E. M. Weaver [of 

U. S.] [1635 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 418190; 

Edward M. Weaver, Columbus, Neb. 

Over the top; by C. W. Hotchkiss, 
arr. by Jennettee Fuller [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [1636 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415064; 
Charles W. Hotchkiss, Stratford, 
Conn. 



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Over the top — Continued. 

words and music by A. C. Mitchell 

[of U. S.] [1G37 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; E 416757; 

Albert C. Mitchell, Macon, Ga. 

Over the top, and at 'em, boys ; words 
and music by S. E. Simpson [of 
U. S.] [1638 

© ] c. Jan. 12, 1918; E 418039; 
Sadie Estelle Simpson, The Weirs, 
N. H. 

Over the top to somewhere on the 
Rhine : words and music by H. Hig- 
gins [of U. S.] [1639 

© Jan. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1918 ; 
E 410713; Harry Higgins, No. Bil- 
1 erica, Mass. 

Oyer the top with the best of luck 
and give them hell ; words by Jack 
Wensley, melody by W. Carroll [of 
T. S.] [1640 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 418016; 
Will Carroll, Brooklyn. 

Over the top with your Uncle Sam ; 

words by E. J. Stoltz, music by J. 

Dell Lampe [of U. S.] [1641 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416704; 

Eugene J. Stoltz, San Francisco. 

Over there; words by B. R. Haider- 
man, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [1642 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415678; 
Bela R. Halderman, Franklin Grove. 
111. 

Overthrow (The) of the German 
iron power in America; words and 
arr. of melody by W. H. Robinson 
[of U. S.] melody by M. DuFrerre 
r pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 

[1643 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418429; 

William H. Robinson, Dubbs, Miss. 

Pack up your troubles in your old 
kit bag and smile smile smile ; 
words by George Asaf, music by 
Felix Powell, arr. by Clarence Lucas 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices, piano ace, 
4to. [1644 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415794; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Paddy McGenty's goat; words and 
music by R. P. Weston, Bert Lee and 
the two Bobs [of England] [1645 
© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 
E 401817; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



Palestine; words and music by 
James Kendis, James Brockman 
and Alfred Bryan [of U. S.] [1646 
© Jan. 19. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 416746; Kendis-Brockman 
music co., inc., New York. 

Panchita; polka, por Francisco 
Quiroz [of Mexico, domiciled at 
Clarkstone, Ariz.] ; piano. [1647 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415621; Edmunds C. Ar- 
guelles, El Paso. 

Paragoni; versi di A. Giuliani, musica 
di N. Moleti [of Italy) ; canto e 
mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli e c. Ed. no. 164. [1648 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401874; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Pas de deux ; by Charles Villiers Stan- 
ford [of Great Britain] no. 150; 
pianoforte. (Scenes de ballet, no. 
2.) [1649 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420025; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Pas de fascination; by Chorles V. 
Stanford [of Great Britain] op. 
150; pianoforte. (Scenes de ballet, 
no. 4.) [1650 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420027; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Passa l'armata; versi e musica di 
Amerigo Giuliani [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
nerelli e c. Ed. no. 175. [1651 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401876; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Passing (The) caravan; by Beatrice 

Poirin [of England] ; piano. [1652 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 

E 401819; Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Passione; versi di E. Murolo, musica 
di F. Buongiovanni [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli e c. Ed. no. 195. [1653 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401872; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Patriotic (The) mother; words by 
A. Wakefield, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1654 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918 ; E 415569 ; 
Addison Wakefield. West Enfield, 
Me. 



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Patriotic pep ; words and music by E. 
L. Koogle [of IT. S.] Lebanon, O., 
School and college novelty co. (War- 
time entertainment specialties no. 
2.) [1655 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418432 ; Effie Louise Koogle, 
Philadelphia. 

Pawtucket march ; two-step, by 
Everett J. Evans, arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer [of U. S.] ; full orch., 4to. 

[1656 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416849 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phil- 
adelphia. 
Penzanno lla; versi di A. Trusiano, 
musica di G. Del Vecchio [of Italy] 

[1657 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418239; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 

Perche l'amore; versi di G. Ales- 

sandri, musica di A. Fiorini [of 

Italy] [1658 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418238; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 

Pershing's column in France; words 
and music by E. T. Darr [of U. S.] 

[1659 
© 1 c. June 16, 1917; E 418386; 
Elizabeth Townsend Darr, Gladston, 
N. J. 

Petit oratorio pour Paques (Little 
oratorio for Foster) ; words and 
music by P. Dube [of Canada] Eng- 
lish text by a Sister of Notre Dame ; 
a voix mixtes. [1660 

© Dec. 29. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418379; Phillippe Dube, 
Joliette, Canada. 

Petite danse de ballet; by Theodora 
Dutton [of U. S.] ; piano. (A cycle 
of dances) [1661 

© Feb. 1, 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416796; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Phantoms ; words by Arturo Giovan- 
ni tti, music by Charles T. Griff es 
[of U. S.] op. 9, no. 3. (Three songs 
for voice and piano) [1662 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415429; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Piccina mia ; versi di Ugo Vero, 
musica di E. Tagliaferri [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. Ed. no. 186. [1663 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401873; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



Piccola storia ; versi di C. De Flaviis, 
musica di Tony Procida [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Ed. no. 211. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. 

[1664 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; 
E 401903; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Piedmont overture; by Mackie-Beyer 
[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Full orch. 2. 
Military band. [1665, 1666 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. each Jan. 
28, 1918; E 415605, 415600; J. W. 
Pepper & son, Philadelphia. 

Pigliatavella vuie; versi di Libero 
Bovio, musica del Cav. V. Valente 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 804.) [1667 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401862 : Italian book co, inc., New 
York. 

Place a candle in the window till 
your laddie boy comes home ; words 
by Fern Glenn, music by Maxwell 
Goldman [of U. S.] [1668 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416835 ; Buck & Lowney, St. Louis. 

Pleasant visions. See By the fireside. 

Plum and apple ; words and music by 

Fred Fulton [of England] [1669 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 401788; Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Poeme legendaire ; par Fernand Le 
Borne, op. 67, reduction par Jean 
Duhem [of France] ; violon et piano. 

[1670 
© Dae. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401981; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on reduction] 

Poet's (The) dream valse ; by L. 

Entin [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1671 

© Dec. 12, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 24, 

1917; E 416731; Louis Entin, New 

York. 

Polka caprice; by H. Allen, arr. by 

H. Allen and Ettie A. Allen [of 

IT. S.] ; piano. [1672 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415414; 

Henry Allen, Los Angeles. 

Pompons (Les) rouges; marche par 
Chillemont [of France] ; orchestra 
avec piano conducteur, 4to. [1673 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 401992 ; J. Raux, Paris. 



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Poor old Kaiser ; words and music by 

E. Mounts [of U. S.] [1674 

© Dee. 14, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1918 ; E 41562S ; Eli Mounts, Seattle. 

Popolo po' ; versi di E. Murolo, musica 
di V. di Chiara [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narrelli & c. Ed. no. 196. [1675 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401S75; Italian book Co., 
inc., New York. 

Post office rag ; from tha revue Here 
and there, words by Wal Pink, music 
by Frederick W. Chappelle [of Eng- 
land]. [1676 
© Dec. S, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401S04; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Poulideto (Joliette) ; bluette langue- 
docienne, paroles de Louis Holland, 
musique de Emile Delmas [of 
Prance] ; piano et chant, pour tenor 
ou soprano, no. 1. [1677 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401980; E. Delmas. Tou- 
louse, France. 

Pour les petits ; chansons d'enfants, 
paroles de Pierre d' Amor, musique 
de Emile Bonnamy [of France] ; nos. 
1-10. [1678 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401982; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Prairie (The) state; words and mu- 
sic by J. F. Howard [of U. S.] 

[1679 
© Dec. 18. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415227; John F. Howard, New 
York. 

Pray observe, we must conserve ; 
words and music by E. L. Koogle [of 
U. S.] Lebanon, O., School and col- 
lege novelty co. (War-time enter- 
tainment specialties no. 1) [1680 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418431 ; Erne Louise Koogle, 
Philadelphia. 

Prayer song for absent members ; 
words by Edith Sanford Tillotson, 
music by C. Harold Lowden [of 
U. S.] [1681 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1918; E 418035; Heidelberg press, 
Philadelphia. 

Prelude. See Suite d' un reveur. 

Prelude matinal. See Musiques au 
iardin. 



Prettiest (The) flag on earth; 
words by M. Sharrock, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1682 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415680; 
Millie Sharrock, Bucyrus, O. 

Peide (The) of our country; words 
and music by J. McM. Lewis [of 
U. S.] [1683 

© Jan. 19 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 1918 ; 
E 415505; Janie McMillan Lewis, 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

Primo amore; non ritornare, versi 
di Rodolfo Giglio, musica di F. For- 
tezza [of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
(La canzonetta, no. 820.) [16S4 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401863; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Promenade; marcietta, by Albert 

Franz [of U. S.] ; piano. [1685 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1918; E 418103; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Promises ; words and music by B. M. 

Dickson [of U. S.] [1686 

© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1918 ; 

E 415506; Brownie Mary Dickson, 

Union City, Tenn. 

Pure mo; versi di B. U. Netti (Ca- 
netti), musica d.i E. Lopinto [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 841.) [1687 

© Sept. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12. 
1918; E 401861; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Putting the American flag on Ger- 
man shore; words and arr. of mel- 
ody by J. A. Mulvey [of U. S.], 
melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher of U. S.] [1688 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418423; 
James A. Mulvey, New Rockford, 
N. D. 

Quando la donna ; versi di M. A. 
Mancini, musica di G. Capaldo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 816.) [1689 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12. 
1918; E 401864; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Qua?jdo mi baci tu ; versi di A. Genise, 
musica di Gaetano Lama [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 831.) [1690 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401865; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



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Quanno ll'ammoee trase ; versi di A. 
Trusiano, musica di G. Del Vecchio 
[of Italy] [1691 

© Sept. 1, 1917 : 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418237 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

QUANTO CHIU STA CHIU CKESCE ', Versi 

di Andrea Cantore, musica di Mario 
Nicolo [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. (La canzonetta, no. 810.) 

[1692 
© Sept. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401884 ; Italian book co., inc.. New 
York. 

Quatre preludes ; par Marcel Tonr- 
nier [of France] op. 16, pour harpe. 

[1693 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420008; Maurice Senart et 
cie., Paris. 

Quatuor no. 2 ; par Lucien Capet [of 
France] ; pour 2 violons, alto et 
violoncello ; parties separees. [1694 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420013; Maurice Senart & 
cie., Paris. 

Queen o' the May ; valse by Felix 

Godin [of England] ; piano. [1695 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 401779; Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Queen of May ; words and music by 

Pat Rooney [of U. S.] [1696 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1918; E 418409; Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 

Qui tollis See Benedictus. 

Raggto di sole ; versi di C. De Flaviis, 
musica di F. Buongiovanni [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Ed. no. 
183. Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. 

[1697 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401916; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Rain fairies; valse caprice, by R. G. 

Preston [of U. S.] ; piano. [1698 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918; E 415637; Hatch music CO., 

Philadelphia. 

Rainbow sprtng. See Grunn (Homer) 
Zuni impressions. 

Rally to the colors roys; words and 
music by C. H. Coiidell [of U. S.l 

ri699 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 41555G; 
C. H. Condell, Memohis, Tenn. 



Rat-tat-a-tat ; from Fancy free, words 
and music by Augustus Barratt [of 
TJ. S.] [1700 

© Jan. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416753; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Razzle-dazzle; selection by Herman 
Darewski, arr. by J. Orel Hume [of 
Great Britain] ; military band. 
(Boosey's supplemental journal, no. 
167.) [1701 

© Dec. 13, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401953; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Real American jazz ; words and music 

by Z. Fitz-Gerald [of U. S.] [1702 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416830; 

Zeph Fitz-Gerald, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 

Reaper; tune. See Saints of God. 

Recessional; hymn, words by Rud- 
yard Kipling, music by Jules Jor- 
dan [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Choral service no. 3082) [1703 

© Jan. 11. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 418439 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Red (The) cross girl; words by E. R. 
Greenlaw, music by G. Scott [of 
U. S.] Boston, John Worley co. 

[1704 
© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1918; E 416711; Edward R. Green- 
law and Gilfillan Scott, New Or- 
leans. 

Red (The) cross march; by Stuart 
James, arr. by Tom Clark [of U. 
S.] ; band. 4to. [1705 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415572; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Red (The) cross song; words and 
music by Frank P. Cassidy [of 
U. S.] [1706 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415475; Harold B. Free- 
man, Providence, R. I. 

Red (The) White and Blue; words 
and arr. of melody by Mrs. J. Sur- 
rett [of U. S.], melody by Carl 
Muehling [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [1707 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418428; 
Mrs. James Surrett, Paducah, Ky. 

Red Wolf; words and music by W. P. 
Doyle [of U. S.] [1708 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416697; 
William P. Doyle, New York. 



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1723 



Regalo (II) ; versi e musica di E. A. 

Mario [of Italy] [1709 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1918; E 418248; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 

Reginella ; versi di Libero Bovis, 
musica di Gaetano Lama [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. S2S.) [1710 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 4018S6; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Relletle; tune. See Welcome happy 
morning. 

Remember boy this land of ours; 
intro : Marseillaise, Red White and 
Blue and Marching thru Georgia, 
by J. E. Wall and Edith Hyman 
Shontze, arr. by Harry L. Alford 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1711 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415575; John E. Wall, 
Quincy, 111. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Reminiscence ; or, Memories of 1915, 
words by Mrs. F. Reiber and E. S. 
S. Huntington, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1712 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418325; 
Mrs. Frank Reiber, Ottawa, Can- 
ada. 

Repose: tune. See Shadows of the 
evening hours. 

Resignation. See By the fireside. 

Reveil dtj printemps. See Lyric im- 
pressions. 

Reveille; marching song, words and 
music by V. E. Meert [of U. S.] 

[1713 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1918 ; 
E 416806; Victor E. Meert, New 
York. 

Revelry ; valse, music by Victor Brit- 
tain, arr. by I. Zanfi [of Great Bri- 
tain] ; orchestra. (Chappell & co's 
journal, no. 758.) [1714 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1918 ; E 420042 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Reverte ; by Karl Rissland [of U. S.] ; 
in D., violin with piano or harp or- 
gan ace. ad lib. [1715 
© Apr. 23. 1917; 2 c. June 15, 
1917; E 408547; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



Revival praise; by A. J. Showalter 
[of U. S.] J. D. Patton [etc.] Dal- 
ton, Ga., The A. J. Showalter com- 
pany ; Dallas, Tex., The Showalter- 
Patton company [etc., etc.] 1918. 
[256] p. 12mo. [1716 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1917 ; aft Jan. 12, 1918 ; A 481386 ; 
A. J. Slum-niter co., Dal ton, Ga. 

Rhapsody (A) ; words by Gertrude 
Eastment, music by Claude Warford 
[of U. S.] ; high in G. [1717 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 416734; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Rhapsody (The) of St. Bernard; 
part 1, sacred cantata, poem by St. 
Bernard de Clairvaux, English trans- 
lation and music by David Stanley 
Smith [of U. S.] op. 38; chorus, 
semi-chorus, soli and piano. 4to. 

[1718 

© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415250; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Ricordi ; versi e musica di Amerigo 
Giuliani [of Italy] ; canto e man- 
dolino ; 4to. Naples, Emilio Gen- 
narelli & c. [1719 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401896; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Rif-raf rag. See Choice selections for 
the banjo. 

Roadways ; words by John Masefield, 
music by John H. Densmore [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice, in C. [1720 

© Dec. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415232 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Romanza valzer; by V. Di Pietro [of 
Italy domiciled at New T York] ; in- 
strumental. [1721 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418499; 
Vincent Di Pietro, New York. 

ROMANZETTA PRIMAVERILE ; Vei'Si di 

G. Tetamo, musica di G. A. Ten- 
neriello [of Italy] [1722 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418236; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Rondeatj de concert ; by Cyril Scott 

[of England] ; piano. [1723 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26, 

1918; E 420055; Elkin & co., ltd., 

London. 



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pi. in, n. s., v. IS 



Rondel; words by Francois Villon, 
English version by Andrew Lang, 
music by Gladis Greene [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. [1724 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418194; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Rondes et chants. See Musiques au 
jardin. 

Ropaktz (J. Guy) Scherzo; par J. G. 

Ropartz [of France] ; piano. [1725 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1918; E 401988; Durand et cie., 

Paris. 
Rosa 'e Maggio ; versi di Libero Bovio, 

musica di Rodolfo Falvo [of Italy] ; 

canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 

no. 838.) [1726 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 

1918; E 401885; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 
Rose (The) and the bumble bee; 

words and music by R. L. Nicholson 

[of U. S.] [1727 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1917 ; 

E 418451; Roy Lennard Nicholson, 

Milwaukee. 

Rose (A) dream; words by Helen 

Taylor, music by Cecil Cook [of 

England] ; no. 1 in C. [1728 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 401812; Enoch & sons, London. 

Rose of my heart; waltz song, words 
and music by R. N. Robinson [of 
U. S.] [1729 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1918; E 416709; Ruth N. Robinson, 
Portland, Me. 

Rose of the Red cross ; waltz, by C. C. 
Webster [of U. S.] arr. by Hans 
Raasch. [1730 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 415490; 
Charles Carpenter Webster, White 
Plains, N. Y. 

Rosebud (The) ; words by F. W. Far- 
rar after Goethe, music by G. A. 
Mortimer [of England domiciled at 
Pasadena] ; men's voices, piano ace. 
4to. [1731 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918 ; E 415656 ; George Arthur Mor- 
timer, Pasadena. 

Roses (The) of London. See Lyrics 
of London. 

Roses of Picaedy ; by Haydn AVood 
[of Great Britain], arr. for violin 
and piano, by the composer. [1732 
© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918 ; 
E 401803; Cliappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 



Rosnes (Mable Ju anita) Two songs ; 
words and music by M. J. Rosnes [of 
U. S.] Contents: Birthday (A) 
wish. — Any mother. [1733 

© 1 c. July 9, 1917; E 416751; 
Mable Juanita Rosnes, Chicago. 

Rossini (Gioachino Antonio) Hope's 
rosy morning ; part-song, words from 
Moses in Egypt, music by G. Rossini, 
arr. by Rich. A. Moss [of England] ; 
soprano and alto. (Choruses, oct. 
edition, 4458.) [1734 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 401954; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Rovistando; versi di Pacifico Vento, 
musica di F. Buongiovanni [of 
Italy] ; canto e pianoforte. Ed. no. 
182. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli & 
co. [1735 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401917; Italian book co., 
inc., New York . 

Russian dance; by Theodora Dutton 
[of IT. S.] op. 8, no. 5; piano (A 
cycle of dances) [1736 

© Feb. 1, 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416798; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Sacred heart ; words and music by A. 

Marquis [of Scotland domiciled at 

New York] [1737 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918; E 415501; 

Alexander Marquis, Rochester, N. Y. 

Sacrifice ; words and music by Lillian 
Lundy-Green [of Canada] [1738 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; E 420071; Lillian Lundy- 
Green, Vancouver, B. C. 

Sailing away to sunny France; 
words and music by E. L. Koogle 
[of U. S.] Lebanon, O., School and 
college novelty co. (War-time enter- 
tainment specialties no. 3) [1739 
© Jan. 19, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 418433 ; Effre Louise Koogle, Phila- 
delphia. 

Saints of God; set to tune Reaper, 
words by M. Maxwell, music by H. 
F. Asbury [of U. S.] [1740 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan, 15, 
1918: E 415438; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Salut a la belle France; hats off to 
noble France, words and~ music by 
W. W. Ellsworth [of U. S.] arr. by 
William H. Nelson [of U. S.] [1741 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418457; 
Washington White Ellsworth, 
Brooklyn. 



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1760 



Sammie (The) boys; words and music 
by T. E. Sutton [of U. S.] [1742 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418502; 
Thos. E. Sutton, Garvin, Minn. 

Sammies (The) are coming; words 
and music by F. W. Bourgoin, arr. 
by Charleta B. Todd [of U. S.] 

[1743 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 416715; 

Francis Walter Bourgoin, St. Louis. 

Sammies (The) aroused; words by J. 
D. English, music by Tasa Clifford 
Love [of U. S.] [1744 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415409; James D. English, 
Worthington, Ind. 

Sammies, fighting Sammies ; a lively 
war song, words and music by H. A. 
Driiinm [of U. S.] arr. by Vivian 
Searcy [of U. S.] [1745 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918: E 418203; Henry A. Drunim, 
Boulder, Col. 

Sammy; marching song, words by R. 
Western, music by A. O. Andersen 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Music Press. 

[1746 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1918; E 415479; Richard Western 

and Arthur Olaf Andersen, Chicago. 

Sammy boy; words by J. Naldrett, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1747 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415531; 

J. Naldrett, Fort Rock, Ore. 

Sammy boy, your father deserves a 
medal; words and music by James 
Kendis and James Brockman [of 
U. S.] [1748 

© Oct. 13, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 416747; Kendis-Brockmau 
music co., inc., New York. 

Sammy (The) boys; words by H. F. 
Knorr, music and arr. by Joe Monk 
[of U. S.] [1749 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416716; 
Harriett Francis Knorr, Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Sammy get your gun ; words and mu- 
sic by F. Burdett [of England] 

[1750 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 415649; 
Florence Burdett, New York. 

Sarah from Sahara ; oriental fox- trot 
fantasia, by Hugo Frey [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1751 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418272; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 



Sarah from Sahara — Continued. 
piano. [1752 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418207; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 
Saviour source of every blessing; 
set to tune Brigham, words by P. 
Robinson, music by H. F. Asbury 
[of U. S.] [1753 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415434; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 
Say au revoir but not good-bye (Dis 
au revoir, mais pas adieu) ; words 
and music by Harry Kennedy, rev. 
and re-arr. by E. T. Paull [of U. S.] 
French version by Jaques H. Cali- 
che ; in B flat. [1754 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418210; Edward T. PaulL 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 
Say good-bye to the girl you leave 
behind; words by T. James, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1755 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415537; 
Thomas James, Rochester, N. Y. 
Schelomo ; rhapsodie hebraique, by 
Ernest Bloch [of Switzerland domi- 
ciled at New York] violoncello solo 
et grand orch. [1756 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1918; E 418193; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. 

Scherzetto; par Jacques Ibert [of 

France] pour harpe a pedales. [1757 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 401977 ; Augustin Gay, Vitry 
le Francois, France. 
Schubert's celebrated serenade; arr. 
by M. Halperin [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1758 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 416741; 
Max Halperin, Brooklyn. [Copy- 
right is claimed on re-arrangement] 
Schweizer - volkslieder - album ; her- 
ausgegeben von F. Zimmermann [of 
Switzerland, domiciled at New 
York] 1 p. 1., 60, [1] p. front, 
(port.) 8vo. [1759 

© Nov. 30, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
15, 1918; A 481404; Fritz Zimmer- 
mann, New York. 
Scopatora (La) ; versi e musica di 
Amerigo Giuliani [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli & c. [1760 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401926; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Se mia moglie fossi tu ; versi di A. 
Barbieri, musica cli R. Bossi [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1761 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401919; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

See the soldiees maeching; words 

and music by O. M. Walters [of 

U. S.] [1762 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415716; 

Olive M. Walters, Modesto, Cal. 

Seligee tod (I dreamed I died of love 
surpassing) ; words by Ludwig Uh- 
land, music by L. W. Poritz [of U. 
S.] Chicago, Clayton F. Summy co. 

[1763 

© Jan. 5, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 

3918; E 415510; Lotta W. Poritz, 

Evanston, 111. [Copyright is claimed 

on English words and music] 

Send him a cheeeful lettee Maey; 
words by E. E. Welch and Hobart 
McCoy, music by E. E. Welch [of 
U. S.] [1764 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416840; 
Edward Eugene Welch, Pittsfield, 
Mass. 

Send me a line ; words by Irving 
Crocker, music by George L. Cobb 
[of U. S.] [1765 

© Sept. 21, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418200; Walter Jacobs, 
Boston. 

Sentinella; versi di Roberto Bracco, 
musica di Ernesto De Curtis [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 867.) [1766 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401891; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Seea; versi di Salvatori Lovine, mu- 
sica di Gennaro Califano, [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1767 

© Sept 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401905; Italian book CO., 
inc., New York. 

Sekenata a doeina ; versi di A. Trusi- 
ano, musica di F. Albano [of Italy] 

[1768 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 41S235; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Seeenata alla mia Alice; versi di 
Mimi Albin, musica di N. Valente 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 819.) [1769 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401 S87; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



Seeenata di Pippetto; versi e musica 
di Gustave De Marco [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli e c. [1770 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401904; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Seeenata malamente ; versi di A. 
Califano, musica di G. Bonavolonta 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 864.) [1771 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401889; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Shadows (The) of the evening 
houbs ; set to tune Repose, words 
by A. A. Proctor, music by H. F. 
Asbury [of U. S.] [1772 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415435; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

She is my sweet Louisiana belle ; 
words and music by J. Medows [of 
U. S.] [1773 

© Nov. 19, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1917; E 407983; James Medows, 
Fort Plain, N. Y. 
She shook hee head and said uh-uh ; 
words and music by H. Orlob, arr. 
by Max Steiner [of U. S.] [1774 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 418226; 
Harold Orlob, New York. 
Shepheed (A) lullaby; music by 
Cuthbert Harris [of Great Britain] ; 
trio for women's voices and piano. 
(Oct. series, no. 667.) [1775 

© Jan. 17, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 420018 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Shepheed's ceadle song; words by 
M. K. Tennant, music by Julian Nes- 
bitt [of Scotland] ; staff and sol-fa 
notations with piano ace. (Songs in 
unison, no. 42.) [1776 

© Jan. 1, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; 
E 401975 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Si 'sta vaeca; versi di A. Cassese, 
musica di E. Nardella [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 848.) [1777 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401892; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Siamo fatti cosi; versi di E. Pegaz- 
zani, musica di M. Nicolo [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzonetta, 
no. 792.) [1778 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401880; Italian book co., 
New York. 



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1797 



Signal (The) ; march and one-step, 
by Chas. Brunover [of U. S.] ; ma ml. 
orch. [1779 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 416811 ; Win. C. Stahl, Mil- 
waukee. 

Silent night; variations, by E. Ed- 
win Crerie [of U. S.] ; piano. [17S0 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418309; Ernal music pub. 
co., Pittsburg. 

Silent night, holy night; author of 

words unknown, ancient melody, arr. 

by F. H. Griswold [of U. S.] [1781 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1918; E 418461; 

Frederic H. Griswold, Chicago. 

Simpaticona mia; versi di A. Bar- 
bier, musica di P. E. Fonzo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Genua relli & c. [1782 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 40191S ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Sisina ; canzonetta comica, versi di 
Arturo Trusiano, musica di Mario 
Nicolo [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. (La canzonetta, no. 800.) 

[1783 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401882 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Sleeping beauty; a cantata for wom- 
en's voices; text by Alfred Tenny- 
son, music by Frances McCollin [of 
U. S.] 4to. [1784 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
4, 1918 ; A 490207 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

. See also Tschaikowsky (P. I.) 

Slumber sweet my baby; lullaby, 

words and music by L. E. Smith [of 

U. S.] [17S5 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415748; 

Lilian Ellis Smith, Ellenville, N. Y. 

Smanie; versi di Russo Rino, musica 
di Riccardo Lalli [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio Gen- 
narelli e c. [1786 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918 ; 
E 401912; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Smile; words by M. M. Duffee, music 
by L. A. Clark [of U. S.] Washing- 
ton C. H., Old reliable music co. 

[1787 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 415492; May M. Duffee, Washing- 
ton C. H., O. 



Snake-charmer (The) ; a Cingalese 
reminiscence, by Frank Adlain [of 
England] ; piano solo. [1788 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 401971; Nightingale & co., 
London. 
So long Mexico 'til we get back to 
you; words by E. Rothleder, music 
bv Harriet Rose Rothleder [of U. S.] 

[17S9 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418400; 
Emanuel Rothleder, New York. 

So long old Uncle Sammy ; words by 
L. I. Skelton, music by Nona C. Ar- 
nold [of U. S.] [1790 
© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2, 
1918; E 415670; Lenora I. Skelton, 
Central City, S. D. 

Sodger lad ; words by Louise de Wet- 
ter, music by Linn Seiler [of U. S.] 
op. 20, no. 6. [1791 

© Jan. 26. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1918; E 416721; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Soldiering down in Georgia; words 
bv A. S. Witucki, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [1792 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418350; 
Albert S. Witucki, Chickamauga 
Park, Ga. 

Soldiers of freedom ; march, by Her- 
bert Forrest Odell [of U. S.] ; mand. 
orch. [1793 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418177; H. F. Odell & co., 
Boston. 

Some day they're coming home 
again ; by Harry Hilbert, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal 
orch., in B flat. 4to. [1794 

© Feb. 6. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415767; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Some little girl ; from Oh, lady, lady, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music 
by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [1795 
© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 415460; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Somebody's boy; words and music by 
G. J. Leavy [of U. S.] [1796 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 191P- E 416748; 
George J. Leavy, Brooklyn. 

Somebody's love, just yours; words 
by Artbur Stroud, music by Alf. J. 
Lawrance [of England] [1797 

© Dec. 7. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1918; E 401958; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 



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Something foe Jesus ; words by Mol- 
lie K. Yocke, music by M. H. Cum- 
mings [of U. S.] [1798 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415597; M. Homer Cum- 
mings, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Something has happened to me; 
words and music by T. H. Barring- 
ton, arc*, by George A. Cragg [of 
U. S.] [1799 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418492; 
Thomas H. Barrington, New York. 

Sometime in June ; words by Chas. J. 
Cordray, music by Elmer Olson [of 
U. S.] Minneapolis, Minn., Bick- 
hart's song shop. [1800 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1918; Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418464; Elmo Fred Bick- 
hart, Minneapolis. 
Somewhere a heart is aching ; words 
and music by W. C. Staddon [of 
U. S.] [1801 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918 ; E 415471 ; Walter C. Staddon, 
Los Angeles. 
Somewhere in France; words and 
music by C. G. Hayes [of U. S.] 

[1802 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 418024; 
Clara Geraldine Hayes, Santa Cruz, 
Cal. 

words by D. F. Crane, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [1803 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418056; 
Donald F. Crane, Middlesex, Vt. 

words by D. Ireland Thomas, 

music by Jas. W. Mac Neal [of U. S.] 

[1804 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418286; 
Specialty music pub. co., New Or- 
leans. 
Somewhere in France with you ; 
words by Arthur Anderson and Val- 
entine, music by Jas. W. Tate [of 
England] [1805 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401793; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 
Somewhere over there ; words and 
music by E. A. Aichele [of U. S.] 

[1806 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918; E 415730; 
Elmer Arthur Aichele, Cincinnati. 

Son (The) of God goes forth to 
war; set to tune Fortitude, words 
by R. Heber, music by H. F. Asbury 
[of U. S.] [1807 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415431; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 



Sonata in C. See Brahms (Johannes) 

Sonata in F minor. See Brahms (Jo- 
hannes) 

Sonata in F sharp. See Brahms (Jo- 
hannes) 

Song (A) of exile; words by P. J. 
O'Reilly, music by May H. Brahe [of 
England] ; no. 3 in E flat. [1808 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 420059 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Song (A) of the sea; part-song, 
words from The Atlanta constitu- 
tion, music by G. Waring Stebbins 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[1809 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 

E 415230 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Song (The) of the tinker; part-song, 
words by May Byron, music by Wal- 
lace A. Sabin [of England domiciled 
at Berkeley, Cal.] ; men's voices, 
piano ace. 4to. [1810 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415611; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Song of victory ; words and music by 
M. J. Carter [of U. S.] [1811 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1918; E 418483; May Jackson Car- 
ter, Lebanon, N. H. 

Songbirds are singing; three-part 
song, words by S. E. Mekin, music 
by Alfred W'ooler [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices, piano ace. 4to. 
(G. S. Svo chorus no. 6710) [1812 
© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416719; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Songs of springtime; words by va- 
rious authors, music by Landon Ron- 
ald [of England] ; no. 2 for high 
voice. Contents: — 1. The moon at 
the full.— 2. At morning.— 3. The 
south wind. — 4. April love. — 5. All 
a merry May-time. [1813 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918 ; 
E 401963 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Songs of the open forum ; words and 
music by various authors [of U. S.] 

[1814 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918 ; E 415450 ; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. [Copyright, is claimed on 
collection of songs] 



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1831 



Songs the soldiers and sailors sing ; 
words and music by various com- 
posers. [1815 
© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 415571 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Sons of Poland go free Poland, give 
her liberty ; words by Ernest Loos, 
music by P. Zmidzinski [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Early music co. [1816 

© Jan. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416777; Paul Zmidzinski, Chicago. 
Sorrow (The) of a longing is wear- 
ing my life away; words by D. 
Brierton, music by J. E. Andino Tof 
U. S.] [1817 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415713; 
Daisy Brierton, Stuttgart, Ark. 
Soul melodies; by R. H. Cornelius, 
J. W. Dennis and W. A. Stewart 
[of U. S.] [224] p. 12mo. $0.35. 

[1818 
© Jan. 5. 1918; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
11, 1918; A 479943; It. H. Cornelius, 
Fort Worth, Tex. 

Soulage (Marcelle) Ballade, cette 
fille elle est morte; poesie de Paul 
Fort, musique de M. Soulage [of 
France] ; melodie pour baryton et 
piano. [1819 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401999; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Danse; par M. Soulage [of 

France] pour harpe a pedales. 
(Petite pieces.) [1820 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401997; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Nocturne ; poesie de Jean Moreas, 

musique de Marcelle Soulage [of 
France] : melodie pour mezzo et 
piano. [1821 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918: E 420004; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Sound (The) of the bugle is call- 
ing; words and music by M. D. 
Hall [of U. S.] arr. by Don Robin- 
son. [1822 
© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416739; Marion Dudley Hall, 
Tulsa, Okla. 

South (The) wind. See Songs of 

springtime. 
Southern (A) Cakewalk; duet, by L. 

Leslie Loth [of U. S.] ; piano. [1823 
© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

191S; E 418108; White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 



Southern (A) maid; waltz, selection 
from the musical play, music by H. 
Fraser-Simson, arr. by Merlin Mor- 
gan [of England] ; piano. [1824 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 420034; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Spagnolata; bolero, versi di G. Garo- 
falo, musica di F. S. Cataldo [of 
Italy] [1825 

© Sept. 1. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418234; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Spartan (The) challenge; song for 
marching men, words and music by 
P. B. Goetz [of U. S.] Buffalo, Den- 
ton, Cottier and Daniels. [1826 

© Jan. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918; 
E 416802 ; Philip Becker Goetz, Buf- 
falo. 

Speed up America ; one-step, by Beck- 
hard and Bradley [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [1827 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418208; Ruy J. Beckhard, 
Boston. 

Speranza 'e giuventu; versi di M. A. 
Russo, musica di N. Moleti [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Napoli, 
Emilio Genua relli & c. [1828 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401911; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Sperduti fra l'onde ; versi di A. Gen- 
ise, musica di E. Lopinto [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzon- 
etta, no. 859.) [1829 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401890; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Spirit (The) of the U. S. A.; words 
and melody by A. L. Murray and N. 
Bryan [of U. S.] [1830 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 418102; 
Arthur L. Murray & Norman Bryan, 
New York. 

Spirit of the world ; march and two- 
step, by Mackie-Beyer [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1831 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 416848; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia 

Splendide f a l l a x. See Green 
(Charles) Five pooms. 



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Splendour (The) of the morn ; words 
by P. J. O'Reilly, music by Wilfrid 
Sanderson [of Great Britain] ; no. 3 
in A flat. [1832 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 420049 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Spring love song; two-part song, 
words by Edward Teschemacher, 
music by Luigi Denza [of Great 
Britain] ; female voices. (Boosey 
& co's series, no. 1260) [1833 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 420053 ; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Squires and dames. See Lyric im- 
pressions. 

Stand by Uncle Sam ; words and mu- 
sic by Vernon T. Stevens [of U. S.] 

[1834 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418100 ; Chas. E. Boat music 
co. ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Stand up, stand up, America; words 
and music by Edward Horsman [of 
U. S.] [1S35 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418198; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Stars (The) and Stripes and Union 
Jack; words by W. C. O'Neill, 
music by Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] 
Chicago, National music co. [1836 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 4183S0; Win. C. O'Neill, 
Philadelphia. 

Stars (The) and Stripes will wave 
over Germany; words by L. W. 
Medes, jr., music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1S37 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418359; 
Lyman W. Medes, jr., Philadelphia. 

Stars in the dimsey ; words by Ber- 
nard Moore, music by Helena M. 
Bland [of England] ; no. 2 in E flat. 

[1838 
© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401811 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Stay in de field, O warrior; old 
negro spiritual by Humphrey 
Mitchell [of U. S.] ; high in A. 

[1839 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1918; E 415647; Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement as a song] 



Step lively; by James H. Rogers [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [1840 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918; E 415641; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Steve; fox-trot, by Willie Creager [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1841 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918, 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 416726; Al- 
liance music pub. co., New York. 

Stock yard blues; jazz fox trot, by 
Maceo Pinkard, arr. by Win, Schulz 
[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [1S42 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918 ; E 418204 ; Leo. Feist inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Stop teasing me; words and melody 

by Great Howard, Jim Davis and 

Kenneth Sisson [of U. S.] [1843 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1918; E 418090; 

William J. Moran, Brooklyn. 

Stornelli del giuramento ; versi e 
musica di N. Moleti [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1844 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; 1 401920; Italian book co. t 
inc., New York. 

Stornelli irredenti sti ; versi di G. 
Tetamo, musica di G. A. Tenner iello 
[of Italy] [1845 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418264 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Stornellini agro-dolci; versi di A. 
Genise, musica di E. Lopinto [of 
Italy] [1846 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418228 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Stornellino patriottico toscano ; 
versi di F. Dall 'Ongaro, musica di 
R. Romani [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] [1847 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415675; 
Romono Romani, New York. 

Strafe 'em ; words and music by R. P. 
Weston & Bert Lee [of England] 

[1848 
© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; 
E 401777; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

String quartet ; by Eugene Goossens 

[of England] op. 14; 2 violins, viola 

and violoncello. [1849 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 

E 401800 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 



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1867 



Stringimi, stringimi; versi di Mario 
Nicolo, musica di Mario Nicolo e F. 
Pegazzani [of Italy] ; canto e man- 
dolino. (La canzonetta, no. 817.) 

[1850 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 191S ; 

E 401871 ; Italian book co., inc., New 

York. 

Stroll down the avenue; words and 

music by P. Orth, arr. by Harry 

Alford [of U. S.] [1S51 

© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1917; E 4154S9 ; 

Frank Orth, Collingswood, N. J. 

Suite d'un reveur; by Richard P. 
Hammond [of U. S.] op. 4; pf. 
Contents : Prelude. — Memories. — 
Aux etoiles. — Apres la pluie. [1852 
© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 4167S2 : International music pub. 
co., New York. 

'Sulo (I) ce 'aggia di ; versi di R. 
Galdieri (Rambaldo), musica di G. 
Spagnolo [of Italy] [1853 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418252 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Sunny hours ; by Benjamin F. Run- 
gee [of U. S.] ; piano. (Rustic 
scenes no. 1) [1854 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918 ; E 418111 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Sunshine on the way; words and 
music by J. A. Seablom [of U. S.] 

[1S55 
© Nov. 19, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
191S; E 416778; J. A. Seablom, 
Brooklyn. 

Suonn' 'e giuventtj; versi di G. Ca- 

paldo, musica di V. Fassone [of 

Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 

canzonetta, no. 830.) [1S5G 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 

1918; E 401888; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 
Supplication ; tune. See Lord of our 

life. 
Supplication (A) for peace. See 

Lord is in His holy temple. 
Suppose ; poem by Eugene Field, music 

by Henry Holden Huss [of U. S.l ; 

high voice. [1857 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1918; E 418196; G. Schirmer inc., 

New York. 
Sweet confiding; reverie, by Martin 

Benton [of U. S.] ; piano. [1S58 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1918: E 415519; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 



Sweet kisses; three-step or mazurka, 
by John Orsagh [of U. S.] ; orch., 
4to. [1859 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1918 : E 416851 ; John Orsagh music 
co., Cleveland. 

Sweet thoughts of thee ; words and 
music by Great Howard [of U. S.l 

[1S60 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 191 S; E 416834; 
William J. Moran, Brooklyn. 

Sweetest (The) one of all will be 
Jesus ; words by F. E. Roush, music 
by Haldor Lillenas [of Norway, 
domiciled at Auburn, III.] [1861 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 41S218; Frank E. Roush, 
Lynchburg, O. 

Swim, Sam, swim; words and music 
by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee [of 
England]. [1S62 

© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
191S; E 401785; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Syncopated blues; fox trot, by H. M. 
Pennypacker [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. [1863 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 416750; 
Harry Martin Pennypacker, Phila- 
delphia. 

Take me across the sea; words by 
D. J. MacArthur, music by Leonard 
B. Rosborough [of U. S.] [1864 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1917; E 418447; David J. Mac- 
Arthur, Flint, Mich. 

Take me back to old Killarney ; 
from the production Topsy turvy, 
words by Davy Burnaby, music by 
Willy Redstone [of England] 

[1865 
© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; 
E 401806; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 
Take the name of Jesus with you; 
words by Lydia Baxter, music by 
W. H. Doane, variations by Louis 
Weber [of U. S.] ; song and piano. 
Kansas City, Kan., Weber bros. 

[1866 
© Jan. 8, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918; 
E 418036; Louis Weber, Kansas 
City, Kan. 
Tammurriata nuvella; versi di G. 
Capaldo, musica di R. Falvo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La can- 
zonetta, no. 832.) [1867 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401893; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 



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1868 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Te sto' aspettanno; versi di A. 
Genise, musica di G. Capolongo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 
(La canzonetta, no. 840.) [18G8 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401894; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Tease me some moee; fox trot, by 

L. De Crescenzi and Sam Feinberg 

[of U. S.] ; instrumental. [1869 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418398; 

Louis De Crescenzi, New York. 

Tell the Kaiser we are coming; 
words by M. T. Ready, music by 
Arthur J. Ready, arr. by Alfred 
Damm [of U. S.] St. Paul, Bram- 
well & Ragan. [1870 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1918: E 416846; May Tennyson 
Ready, St. Paul. 

Tempo di polka; by Charles Villiers 
Stanford [of Great Britain] op. 
150; pianoforte. (Scenes de ballet, 
no. 1.) [1871 

© Dec. 27. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420024; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Tender message. See Lyric impres- 
sions. 

Texan (A) idylle; reverie, by A. J. 

Young [of U. S.] ; piano. [1872 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1918; E 418383; Andrew J. Young, 

Naples, Tex. 

Tfilas milchomo; words and music 
by D. Meyerowitz [of U. S.] arr. bv 
H. A. Russutto. [1873 

© Jan. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416804; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 

Tha-ane (Thayen) ; words and music 
by R. E. Smith [of U. S.] [1874 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 416759; 
Ralph E. Smith, New York. 

Thanks be to God; Easter anthem, 
from cantata from Cross to cross, 
by Fred W. Peace [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series no. 1248) 

[1875 
© Jan. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 418411; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

That German Kaiser; words by J. S. 

Kleckner, music by J. E. Andino Tof 

U. S.] [1876 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415710; 

James S. Kleckner, Tamaqua, Pa. 



That our battle cry for right; 

words and music by L. B. Conners 

[of U. S.] [1877 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415417; 

Lawrence B. Conners, Blasdell, N. Y. 

That's what we're fighting for; 
words and music by C. S. Anthony 
[of U. S.] [1878 

© Jan. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416793 ; Clifton S. Anthony, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

That's where the West begins; 
words by Arthur Chapman, music by 
Leo Edwards [of U. S.] : in C. 

[1879 
© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 418028; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Then our soldiers will come back to 
Yankee land; words and music by 
W. H. Bernrath [of U. S.] [1880 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918: E 418375; William H. Bern- 
rath, Philadelphia. 

Then the Yankee boys will slide 

for home; words and melody by J. 

Mahoney [of U. S.] [1881 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918; E 418187; 

Jack Mahoney, New York. 

Same. [1882 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415586; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

Then we'll all come home again ; 

words by W. A. Flynn, music by 

Geo. F. Olcott [of U. S.] [1883 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418495; 

Wni. A. Flynn, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

There goes our soldier boys; words 
and music by H. Bagot [of U. S.] 
arr. by Rudolf Thaler [of U. S.l 

[1884 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418455; 
Harry Bagot, Philadelphia, 

There'll be a hot time for the old 
men while the young men are 
away; one-step, by Geo. W. Meyer, 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; 
orch., 4to. [1885 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415781 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

There'll be peace at every door; 
words by R. Crow, music by Dates 
and R. Crow, arr. by Albert Holo- 
way [of U. S.] [1886 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418276; 
Robert S. Crow, Baltimore. 



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1905 



There's a call from your King and 
your country; words by P. Boville, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.J 

[1SS7 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418044; 
P. Boville, Toronto, Canada. 

There's a heart that smiles for 
you; words and music by H. B. 
Cornish [of U. S.] [1888 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 416816; 
Harry Bridges Cornish, Ft. Atkin- 
son, Wis. 

There's a light shining bright for 
your daddy ; words and music by C. 
A. Pfeiffer [of U. S.] [1S89 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 4154S0; C. A. Pfeiffer, 
Quincy, 111. 

There's a pretty brown eyed girlie 
and a soldier boy in blue ; words by 
A. M. Gilpatrick, music by Everett 
J. Evans [of U. S.] [1S90 

© Dec. 24, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 7. 1918 ; 
E 41S209 ; Amisa M. Gilpatrick, West 
Holyoke, Mass. 

There's a red-haired girl on Broad- 
way ; a soldier's song, words and 
music by Ervine J. Stenson [of 
U. S.] [1891 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 418043; G. Schirmer, New York. 

There's always something doing 
when Uncle Sam picks up his 
gun ; words by C. C. Owsley, music 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [1892 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918; E 415731; 
C. C. Owsley, Lucasville, O. 

There's an empty chair at our fire- 
side; words and music by H. C. 
Logue [of U. S.] [1893 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 416805; 
Helen C. Logue, Charlestown, Mass. 

There's just room for you ; words 
and music by V. Du Jardin [of 
U. S.] [1894 

© Jan. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416722; Victor Du Jardin, Chi- 
cago. 

There waves the flag; words by 
Charles Horwitz, music by Gaston 
Borch [of U. S.] ; low in D & high 
in F. [1895 

© Sept. 25, 1917 ; 2 c. each Dec. 5, 
1917; E 413996; Samuel M. Berg, 
New York. 



They call me Mary but my name is 
Mary Ann ; words by M. B. Prince, 
music by Everett J. Evans [of U. S.l 

[1896 
© Dec. 19, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1917 ; E 414633 ; M. B. Prince, Little 
Valley, N. Y. 

They can't down the Bed, White 
and Blue ; words and music by G. A. 
Pfeiffer [of U. S.] [1897 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415791; G. A. Pfeiffer, Middleton, 
Mass. 

They crucified Him ; words by T. S. 

Price, music by It. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [1898 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415402; 

T. S. Price, Columbus, Ga. 

They're off to Germany; words by 
It. Johnson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l [1899 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415543; 
Robert Johnson, Salamanca, N. Y. 

Thinking just thinking of you; 

words by J. De Britto, music by J. E. 

Andino [of U. S.] [1900 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415506; 

Jacy De Britto, Shanghai, China. 

Thinking of mother; words and mu- 
sic by J. S. Young [of U. S.j [1901 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415420; Joseph S. Young, 
Celo, N. C. 

Third position for the violin ; by E. 
Schroeder [of U. S.] op. 9. [1902 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415249; Edward Schroeder, Du- 
buque, la. [Copyright is claimed on 
all of pages 7, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22] 

Tho' we must say good-bye yet we 

SHALL MEET AGAIN ; WOl'dS b.V L. D. 

Long, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] I ISMUl 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415534; 

Lillie Dohan Long, Spokane, Wash. 

Those gray hairs; words by J. Con- 

roy, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1904 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418354; 

Jos. Conroy, New Orleans. 

Those jazz band blues ; words and 
music by J. A. Webster, Clias. H. 
Sargent and Dave L. Whiteside, arr. 
by M. S. Jones [of U. S.] [1905 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416S41; 
James Albert Webster, San Fran- 
cisco. 



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Thoughts of you; words and music 

by D. V. Elmore [of U. S.] [1906 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 415629; 

Duane Van Ness Elmore, Topeka, 

Kan. 

Three cheers for our Sammies; 

words by E. W. Bowman, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [1907 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418059; 

Emily W. Bowman, Matheson, Col. 

Three cheers for the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by J. C. Nolan [of U. S.] 

[1908 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; E 415765 ; 

Josephine C. Nolan, San Francisco. 

Three cheers for your Uncle Sam ; 
march with chorus, words by N. Wa- 
terman, music by L. R. Lewis [of 
U. S.] ; piano and voice, in A flat 
and D flat. 4to. [1909 

© Sept. 29, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 3, 
1917; E 414185; Leo Rich Lewis, 
Somerville, Mass., and Nixon Water- 
man, Canton, Mass. 

Thro' the night of doubt ; set to tune 
Expectation, words by S. Baring- 
Gould, music by H. F. Asbury [of 
U. S.] [1910 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1918; E 415448; Harry F. Asbury, 
Brooklyn. 

Through child eyes ; words by Karl 
Ino, music by Linn Seiler [of U. S.] 
op. 20, no. 1. [1911 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418197; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Ti voglio dene; versi di A. Trusiano, 
musica di E. Lopinto [of Italy] 

[1912 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418232; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Tiger rose waltzes ; from Tiger rose, 
by Ivan Reid and Peter De Rose 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [1913 

© Jan. 21. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1918; E 418480; F. B. Haviland 
pub. co., New York. 

Till the Germans have a P and not 

a K; words and music by M. H. 

Roller [of U. S.,3 [1914 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415422; 

Milton H. Roller, San Quentin, Cal. 

Till the Kaiser and gang are no 
more; words by C. R. B. Barker, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1915 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415683; C. 
R Barker. Lexington. Ky. 



Ting-a-ling-a-loo ; words by Garfield 

Kilgom, music by Albert Vete [of 

U. S.] [1916 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 416763; 

Artrnusic inc., New York. 

Tinkle-inkle-inkle ; from Fancy free, 
words and music by Augustus Bar- 
ratt [of U. S.] [1917 

© Jan. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416754; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Tis Uncle Sam who's calling you; 
words and melody by J. G. Bedney 
[of U. S.] [1918 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418472; 
James Garfield Bedney, Represa, 
Cal. 

To a boy. See Green (Charles) Five 
poems. 

To death of his lady ; words by Fran- 
cois Villon, English version by Dante 
G. Rossetti, music by Gladis Greene 
[of U. S.] ; medium voice. [1919 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 418195; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

To you ; words by Amy Ashmore Clark, 
music by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] 

[1920 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415723 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

To youth ; romanza, words and music 
by V. Z. Colosimo [of U. S.] [1921 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; E 415630; 
Vincen Zina Colosimo, Brooklyn. 
Toast (The) ; words by Fred. E. 
Weatherly, music by W. H. Squire 
[of Great Britain] ; no. 2 in E flat. 

[1922 
© Dec. 13, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918 ; E 401952 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Told at twilight. See Evening 
sketches. 

Topsy-turvy bogey man; song from 
the production Topsy turvey, words 
by Davy Burnaby, music by Gitz 
Rice and Herman Darewski [of 
England ] . ( Cover-title : Topsy-tur- 
vey bogey boo) [1923 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 420037; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Torna al paesello ; versi e musica 
di Amerigo Giuliani [of Italy 1 ; 
canto e mandolino. Naples, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1924 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918 ; E 401899 ; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



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1940 



Tourbillon ; by Charles V. Stanford 
lot Great Britain] op. 150; piano. 
(Scenes de ballet, no. 6.) [1925 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420029: Angener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Tkamonto; versi di R. Galdieri (Rain- 
baldo) inusiea di G. Spagnolo [of 
Italy] [1926 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
191S; E 418233; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Tramyiera (La) ; canzonetta d'at- 
tualita, versi di N. Vittori, musica 
di M. Nicolo [of Italy] ; canto e 
inandolino. (La canzonetta, no. 
799.) [1927 

© Sept. 1. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401852; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Tke tesore ; versi di E. Murolo, musica 
di R. Bossi [of Italy] ; canto e 
inandolino. Napoli, Einilio Genna- 
relli & co. [1928 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12. 
1918; E 401913; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Tb i color ; four-part song, words by 
Paul Scott Mowrer, music by Deems 
Taylor [of IT. S.] op. 11. no. 2 ; 
women's voices, unacc. 4to. [1929 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 416733; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Triomphe (Le) de la liberty ; fete 
populaire, poeme de Romain Rol- 
land, musique de Albert Doyen [of 
France] ; partition chant et piano. 

[1930 
© Dec. 3, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
D 19822; Alphonse Leduc & co., 
Paris. 

Trios. See Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Trolsie.ue nocturne; par J. Guy- 
Ropartz [of France] ; pour piano. 

[1931 
© Dec. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401989; Durand et cie„ 
Paris. 

Troll's (The) cap; fairy play for 
children, words and music by Katha- 
rine C. Baker [of U. S.] [1932 

© Jan. 25. 1918: 2 c. Jan. 20. 
1918; E 415515; H. W. Gray co., 
Now York. 



Trophees (Les) ; poemes d'apres des 
sonnets de J. M. de Heredia, mu- 
sique par Maurice Le Boucher [of 
France] ; chant et piano. Contents: — 
1. Les fuueraillos. — 2. Fuite de cen- 
taurs. — 3. La vie des marts. — 4. La 
marte de i'aigle. [1933 

© Dec. 29, 191 7 ? 1 C Jan. 21, 191 8 ; 
E 420010; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Tbxje to the flag; inarching song, 
four-part song, words by Edith San- 
ford Tillotson, music by Irenee 
Berge [of U. S.] ; mixed chorus. 
4to. (8vo. choruses no. 6711) 

[1934 

© Jan. 5. 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 

E 415252; G. Schirmer, New York. 

TSCHAIKGWSKY (PETER IL.TITCH) 

Sleeping (The) beauty (Dorn- 
roschen), two-part song, text by 
Wilbur Weeks, music by P. I. Tschai- 
kowsky, op. 66, no. 6; arr. by N. 
Clifford Page [of U. S.] ; sop. and 
alto, piano ace. 4to. [1935 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 418506; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Tu sola; versi di G. Giovane, musica 
di N. Moleti [of Italy] ; canto e 
inandolino. Napoli. Emilio Genna- 
relli & co. [1936 

© Sept. 1. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401900; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Turn out the lights and save the 
fuel; bv G. Ottenheimer [of U. S.] 

[1937 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E415657 ; 
Gus Ottenheimer, Little Rock, Ark. 
Turn i baci ; parole di Luciano Mo- 
linari. musica di F. Pugliese [of 
Italy] [193S 

© Sept. 1, 191.7 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 418231; Italian book co., inc.. 
New York. 
Twa (The) corbies; words anon, mu- 
sic by Frederic Ayres [of U. S.] : 
op. 5, no. 1. [1939 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416800; G. Schirmer. inc., New 
York. 

TT INTE VILL JAG OCH INTE VILL Nl ; 

duett ur operetten, Rubber av Carl 
Barcklind, musik av Felix Korling 
[of Sweden] for piano med. text. 

[1940 
© Nov. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 2L 
1918; E 420032; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 



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Typical topical tunes; words by- 
Joseph McCarthy, music by Harry 
Carroll [of U. S.] [1941 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 41G784; 
McCarthy and Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

U Sammies of the Red, White and 
Blue; words and music by L. Cope- 
land [of U. S/| arr. by Alvin 
Krausslich. [1942 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418089; Lillian Copeland, 
Cleveland. 

Uncle Sam is at the bat ; words and 
music by Great Howard [of U. S.] 

[1943 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918; E 416832; 
William J. Moran, Brooklyn. 

Uncle Sam is calling; words and 
music by H. Zerkel [of U. S.] [1944 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418362; 
Herbert Zerkel, Cincinnati. 

words by Lura M. Emerson, 

music by C. Philip Goewey [of 
U. S.] [1945 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1918 ; E 418482 ; Goewey & Emerson, 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

Uncle Sam is calling every son ; 

words by J. Scott, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1946 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415721; 

Jack Scott, Toronto, Canada. 

Uncle Sam is calling you ; words by 
J. Shively, music by Henry B. Pas- 
more, jr. [of U. S.] [1947 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415662; 
Josephine Shively, San Francisco. 

Uncle Sam to Germany ; words by F. 

M. Easterling, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1948 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 4156SS; 

M. M. Easterling, Bennettsville, S. C. 

Uncle Sam we'll help you win the 
war; words by Fennwood, music 
and arr. by Lennawood [of U. S.] 

[1949 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415616; 
Ivan Wood, New York. 

Uncle Sammy ; words and music by 

J. L. Ritchie [of U. S.] [1950 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416824; 

John Lawrence Ritchie, Pittsburgh. 

Uncle Sammy needs you; words by 
B. W. Jones, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1951 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415707; 
B. W. Jones, Colon, Panama. 



Uncle Sammy's boys; march song, 
words and music by L. A. Jouannenu 
[of U. S.] [1952 

© Nov. 22, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1918; E 41S274; Mrs. Lola A. Jouau- 
neau, Los Angeles. 

Uncle Sammy's little rook res ; words 
and music by E. L. Koogle [of U. S.] 
Lebanon, O., School and college nov- 
elty co. (War-time entertainment 
specialties no. 6) [1953 

© Jan. 19. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 41S436 ; Effie Louise Koogle, 
Philadelphia. 

Under a starlit sky. See Lyric fan- 
cies. 

Under the stars. See Evening 
sketches. 

Under the Stars and Stripes ; words 
and music by L. B. Lane [of U. S.J 

[1954 
© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 415777; Lemuel B. Lane, 
Pittsburgh. 

Under three colors ; words by D. P. 
Arnold, music by E. S. -S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1955 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415533; 
D. P. Arnold, Warren, Pa. 

Unfurl the Stars ; patriotic boat- 
song, words and music by M. J. 
Scruggs [of U. S.] [1956 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 418224; 
Maud Judith Scruggs, Washington, 
D. C. 

U. S. (The) navy; words and music 
by W. H. Perrins [of Canada] ; low 
voice in G. [1957 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 1 c. Jan. IS, 
1918; E 401965; William H. Per- 
rins, Toronto, Canada. 

U. S. A; words by J. C. Kaye, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [195S 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418058; 
J. C. Kaye, Flint, Mich. 

U. S. A. (The) is here to stay; 
words by E. Campbell, music by 
Ruby Miller [of U. S.] [1959 

© Jan. 31, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416812 ; Mrs. Ella Campbell, Wal- 
nut Grove, Ala. 

Valse-rallet ; by Jules Granier, arr. 
by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; orch. 
(Galaxy no. 110) [1900 

© Jan. 5, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
E 415254; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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Valse Callfornienne ; words by Bruce 
Webster [pseud, of W. Norcross] 
music by Mai Kalna [pseud, of Mrs. 
W. Norcross] arr. by Ludwig Schliib- 
ner [of Java] [19G1 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 4154G4 ; 
Webster Norcross, New York. 

Valse caprice: by B.jarne Rolseth [of 

U. S.] op. 9; piano. [19G2 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 

E 415GGG; Charles A. Gries, New 

York. 

Valse chromatique ; by Cbarles Vil- 
liers Stanford [of Great Britain] 
op. 150; pianoforte. (Scenes de bal- 
let, no. 3.) [1963 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 42002G; Augeuer ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Valse dansante ; by Theodora Dutton 
[of U. S.] op. 8, no. 1; piano. (A 
cycle of dances) [1964 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 41G795; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Valse Mona: by M. D. Silas [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [19G5 

© 1 c. Feb. 7. 1918; E 415759; 
Mena D. Silas, New York. 

Valse parfumee; by Siginund Rom- 
berg, rev. and arr. by M. David [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1966 

© Jan. 28, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415592; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Varca liggera; versi di R. Ferraro- 
Correra, musica di E. Tagliaferri 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Ed. 
no. 214. Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli 
& c. [1967 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401908; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Vase napulitane; versi e musica di 
Mario Nicolo [of Italy] canto e 
mandolino. (La canzonetta, ed. no. 
8G6.) [19G8 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401S46; Italian book co., 
New York. 

VENDTTRrCE (La) DI CTLIEGIE ; Vei'Si (U 

F. M. Russo, musica di F. S. Cataldo 
[of Italy] [1969 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418244; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



Verdtno verdoso; versi e musica di 
Gustavo De Marco [of Italy] ; canto 
e mandolino. 4to. Napoli, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [1970 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401897 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Victory; martial song, words and 
music by J. C. Zouboulakis [of 
U. S.] [1971 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 415659; John Constantin 
Zouboulakis, Chicago. 

words by D. W. Thomas, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1972 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415685; 
D. W. Thomas, Frankford, Pa. 

Vie (La) des morts. See Trophies 
(Les) 

Viene a cca; versi di A. Trusiano, 
musica di G. Del Vecchio [of Italy] 

[1973 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418230; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Vieneme 'nzuonno ; versi di T. De 
Filippis, musica di Mario Consentino, 
trascritta da L. Criscuolo [of Italy] 
per canto e mandolino. (Le del me 
del mandolinista no. 2763.) [1974 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1918 ; 
E 420063; G. Santojanni, Naples. 

Vietjx (Les) souvenirs surgissent 
de l'ombre. See Musiques au jardin. 

Violet (The) widow ; variety dances, 
bv L. Stewart [of U. S.] ; instru- 
mental. [1975 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415463; 
A. Lambert Stewart, New York. 

Violets (The) that bloom in the 
meadow; words by M. Maxwell, 
music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1976 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415524; 
Myrtle Maxwell, Kahoka, Mo. 

Violin studies ; 50 easy melodic 
studies by Franz Wohlfahrt, op. 74, 
revised and edited by Hans Artok 
[of Great Britain] 1. Book 1, nos. 
1-25. 2. Book 2, nos. 26-50. 
(Augener's edition, no. 7937 a & b.) 
[1977, 1978 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 1 c. each Jan. 
21, 1918 ; E 420022. 420023 ; Augener 
ltd.. London. 



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Yteginia deae : ballad , words and 
music by J. L. Ritchie [of U. S.] 

[1979 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 418266; 

John Lawrence Ritchie, Pittsburgh. 

Virgo gloeiosa ; paroles liturgiques, 
musique de Florent Schmitt [of 
France] op. 60, pour 4 voix d'hom- 
nies avec ace. d'orgue. (Cinq- 
raotets, no. 4.) [1980 

© Dec. 29, 1917: 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 401985; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Vita 'e maeenaeo ; versi di A. Cali- 
fano, musica di R. Falvo [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandoline. (La canzo- 
netta, no. 844.) [1981 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401878; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Voce n' 'o peimmo ammore; versi di 
E. Murolo, musica di Tony Procida 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli & c. [1982 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401907; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Yoce luntana ; versi di Libero Bovio, 
musica di F. Pugliese [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. (La canzo- 
netta, no. 826.) ( [1983 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401870; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

Yola canzone; versi di R. Ferraro- 
Correra, musica di E. Cannio [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandolino. Ed. no. 
189. Napoli. Emilio Gennarelli & c. 

[1984 
© Sept. 1. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401914; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Yulesse bene; versi di R. Galdieri 
(Rambaldo), musica di F. Pugliese 
[of Italy] [19S5 

© Sept.. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418229; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

Tuoi fab l'amoe con me; versi di Al- 
berto Federici: musica di Rodolfo 
Falvo [of Italy] ; canto e mando- 
lino. 4to. (La eanzonetta, no. 829.) 

[19S6 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 401895; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 



Waikikt; words by Rupert Brooke, 

music by Charles T. Griff es [of U. 

S.] op. 9. no. 2. (Three poems for 

voice and piano) [1987 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24. 

1918; E 415428; G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

Wait till the silv'by moon eolls by ; 

words by E. Ray Goetz, music by 

Willie White [of U. S.] [1988 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918; 

E 415724 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. 

Waiting foe you and me ; words and 

music by T. W. Highling [of U. S.] 

4to. Boston, C. W. Thompson & co. 

[1989 
© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 415589 ; Thos. W. Highling, 
Raynham, Mass. 
Wandebing melodies; by J. M. Lath- 
rope [of U. S.] ; piano. [1990 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416098; 
James M. Lathrope, Chicago. 

War (The) dogs of Prussia; words 

by B. H. Dixon, music by George 

Lowell Tracy [of U. S.] [1991 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418346; 

B. H. Dixon, Adelaide, Wash. 

Watch and peay; words by W. C. 
Poole, music by C. Harold Lowden 
[of U. S.] [1992 

© Dec. 28. 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418388; Presbyterian com- 
mittee of publication, Richmond. 
Watch out for Uncle Sam ; words 
and music by Sammy Ross [of U. S.] 

[1993 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415022; 
Bernbarg M. Perl stein, Chicago. 
Wateemelon whispees ; fox -trot, by 
George Hamilton Green [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [1994 

© Jan. 22. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415578; Ted Browne music 
co., Chicago. 
Way back home in dear Amebica; 
words and music by L. Rathbone 
[of U. S.] [1995 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418267; L. H. Rathbone, 
Kenilworth, 111. 
Way (The) of holiness; mass no. 
3, words liturgical and Biblical, mu- 
sic by J. M. Blose [of U. S.] op. 34; 
mixed voices, organ ace. in F, 4to. 
Atlantic City, B. & B. music co. 

[1996 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1918; E 418496; Johan M. Blose, At- 
lantic City, N. J. 



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2015 



Wayside (A) flower; words by M. E. 
Fillvaw, music by It. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [1997 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418298; 
Mrs. Mary E. Fillyaw. Fayetteville, 
N. C. 

We are coming ; a battle song of 
democracy, words by James H. 
Blount, music by M. R. Wragg [of 
T. S.] [1998 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 41S097; Willis music CO., 
Cincinnati. 



Cincinnati, Willis music 

[1999 



© Jan. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1918 ; 
E 415408; James H. Blount and 
M. R. Wragg, Washington, D. C. 

We are coming Kaiser Wilhelm ; 

words by C. E. Lines, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2000 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 415404; 

Chas. E. Lines, Peoria, III. 

We are coming LaFayette; words 
and music by I. Beckett [of U. S.] 

[2001 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1918; E 418214; 
Ivan Beckett, New York. 

We are going to get the Kaiser; 
words by F. Slaughter, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2002 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415532; 
Frank Slaughter, St. Paul. 

We are off for the land of the 
Rhine ; words by Mrs. A. L. Dor- 
bandt, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2003 

© 1 c. Feb. 2 1918; E 415709; 
Mrs. A. L. Dorbandt, New York. 

We dream, dream of you across the 

ocean ; words and melody by D. L. 

Haskell [of U. S.l [2004 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 418053; 

Dora L. Haskell, Lewiston, Me. 

We'll all be happy when the boys 

come home ; words and music by 

Great Howard [of U. S.] [2005 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918; E 416833; 

William J. Moran, Brooklyn. 

We'll get the Kaiser's goat ; words 
and music by P. A. Hord [of U. S.] 

[2006 
© 1 c. Jan. 24 1918; E 415419; 
Parker A. Hord, Maysville. Ky 



We'll keep Old Glory flying; part 
song, words by C. S. Montanye, mu- 
sic by A. Louis Scarmolin, arr. by 
Clarence Lucas [of U. S.] ; two 
voices. 4to. [2007 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 415513 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

We'll keep the flag a-floating boys ; 
words and music by E. G. Kersey 
[of U. S.] arr. by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2008 
© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1918; E 418356; 
Ed. G. Kersey, Lincoln, Neb. 

We'll knock the heligo into heligo 
out of Heligoland; one-step, two- 
step or march, by Theodore Morse 
[of U. S.] ; band. 24mo. [2009 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415784 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

We'll return ; words by Lee Downing, 
music by H. Meade [of U. S.] [2010 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918; E 418022; 
Harry Meade, Orenco, Or. 

We'll soon be sailing away; words 

and music by M. Carvlin [of U. S.] 

Chicago, Everett music co. [2011 

© Nov. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 

E 415452; Mary Carvlin, Chicago. 

AVe'll stand by Uncle Sammy ; words 
and music by H. G. Young [of U. S.] 

[2012 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416702; 

Harriett Gertrude Young, Chicago. 

We love our home and liberty ; 
words by D. Haywood, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2013 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415689; 
Doris Haywood, Brooklyn. 

We march to victory; set to tune 
Conqueror, words by G. Moultrie, 
music by H. F. Asbury [of U. S.] 

[2014 
© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15. 
1918; E 415445; Harry F. Asbury. 
Brooklyn. 

We're all in it, in it to win it fob 
all; words and music by H. E. 
Weiner [of U. S.] [2015 

© Jan. 29, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 415743; Harry E. Weinsr, New 
York. 



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We're coming back to you when the 
fighting days are through ; wol'ds 
by Monte G. Brice, music by Walter 
Donaldson [of U. S.] [2016 

© Jan. 18. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418283; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

We're fighting for liberty; words 

and music by B. Bronfin [of U. S.l 

• [2017 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

3918; E 438391; Benjamin Bronfin, 

New Haven. 

We're in to win; words by L. H. 
Curry, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [20i8 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415697; 
Lulu H. Curry, Iioseville, 111. 

We're marching onward marching ; 

words and music by M. L. Wert- 

heimer [of U. S.] [2019 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415584; 

Mary Lee W T ertheimer, Milford, Pa. 

We're on our way to Berlin ; words 
by H. S. Smith, jr., and J. Conn, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2020 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415557; 
Hugh S. Smith, jr., & James Conn, 
Phillipsburg, N. J. 

We're one for Uncle Sam; march 
song, words by R. Freeman, music 
by A. R. Sabel [of U. S.] [2021 

© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1917 ; 
E 418026 ; Antonette Ruth Sabel and 
Robert Freeman, Pasadena. 

We're the sons of the Stars and 
Stripes ; words and music bv A. 
Christopher [of U. S.] [2022 

© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415775; Alfred Christopher, New 
York. 

We sail for France to-day ; words by 

L. H. Schaeffer, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.l [2023 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415525; 

L. H. Schaeffer, Brooklyn. 
Wedding (The) of Uncle Sam; 

words by B. F. Conway, music by 

J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [2024 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415718; 

B. F. Conway, Cadiz, O. 
W t elcome happy morning; set to tune 

Relletle, words by V. Fortunatus, 

trans, by J. Ellerton, music by H. F. 

Asbury [of U. S.l [2025 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

1918; E 415437; Harry F. Asbury, 

Brooklyn. 



Western courtship by telephone; 
words by Jay Stevenson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2026 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418365; 
J. S. Bramwell, Ogden, Utah. 

What are we doing for our boys ; 
words by R. C. Bondy, music by 
C. S. Brown [of U. S.] [2027 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1918; E 416728; Rosamond C. 
Bondy, Morland, Kan. 

What could be sweeter than you; 
by Harry De Costa, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in 
C, 4to. [202S 

© Feb. 6, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1938; 
E 415766; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

■ words by Wm. A. Wilander, mu- 
sic by Harry De Costa [of U. S.l 

[2029 
© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 418284 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

What did you do ; words by P. L. Du 

Rapau, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2030 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418326; 

Paul L. Du Rapau, New Orleans. 

What do you care ; some song, words 
and music by W. E. Davis [of U. S.l 

[2031 
© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 438402; William E. Davis. 
Santa Cruz, Cal. 

W T HAT HAST THOU GLEANED TO-DAY ; 

words and music by S. H. Payne [of 
U. S.] [2032 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; 
E 415726; Sarah Haggard Payne. 
Philadelphia. 

What the angels are thinking of; 
words and melody by J. H. Calisch 
[of U. S.] [2033 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418393; 

James Howard Calisch, New York. 

What the Yankee boys can do; 

words by L. Fenderson, music by 

Paul Jones [of U. S.] [2034 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918; 
E 415757 ; Louise Fenderson, Os- 
wego, N. Y. 
What will you do with Jesus; 
hymn, words and music by R. L. 
Fletcher [of U. S.] [2035 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1918 ; E 416803 ; Robert L. Fletcher, 
Wheeling, W. Va. 



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What would mother say ; words by 

H. C. Daniels, music by J. E. Andino 

[of U. S.] [203G 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415704; 

H. C. Daniels, Hartford, Conn. 

Wheatless day ; from Oh lady, lady, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music 
by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [2037 
© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23. 
191S; E 415455; T. B. Harms CO., 
New York. 

When Columbia sounds the call; 
words by W. Coulson, melody by R. 
A. Browne and May Coulson Tof 
U. S.] [2038 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 41S055; 
Wm. Coulson, Rockwood, Pa. 

When country's bells chime for 

peace Norean ; words and music by 

M. L. Greenly [of U. S.] [2039 

©1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 415650; 

Martin L. Greenly, Atchison, Kan. 

When He cometh to make up Hts 
jewels ; words by Wm. G. dishing, 
music by Geo. P. Root, variations 
by Louis Weber [of U. S.] ; song and 
piano. Kansas City, Kan., Weber 
bros. [2040 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 12. 1918 ; 
E 418037; Louis Weber, Kansas 
City, Kan. 

When he hears the call; words and 

music by E. Mingo [of U. S.] [2041 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 26, 

1918; E 415736; Ernest Mingo, 

Boston. 

When I fell in love with you; 
words by Frank Dnvis and Joe 
Cronson, music by Charles Ruddy 
[of U. S.] [2042 

© Jan. 12. 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19. 
1918; E 418304; Eastern music CO., 
Providence. 

When I first knew you loved me; 

words and music by M. Daft [of 

U. S.] [2043 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415715; 

Millicent Daft, Prairie City, la. 

When I get rack to my old Ken- 
tucky home; words by S. Turner, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2044 

© 1 c. Jan. 28. 1918; E 415555; 
Stanley Turner, Covington, Ky. 

When I go rack to dreamland ; words 

by E. S. Holmes, melodv by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2045 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 41S052 ; 

Ellis S. Holmes. Wilkinsburg, Pa. 



When I marry; words by Joseph Mc- 
Carthy, music by Harry Carroll [of 
U. S.] [2046 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 410783; 
McCarthy and Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

When I see Jesus my Ktng ; words by 
W. C. Poole, music by C. Harold 
Lowden [of U. S.] [2047 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 418390; Presbyterian com- 
mittee of publication, Richmond. 

W t hen I see Old Glory waving I am 
so proud of you ; words by B. W. 
Dickson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [204S 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415570; 
Blanche W. Dickson, Elk Grove, Cal. 

When it comes to a lovingless day ; 

words and music by Jack Frost [of 

U. S.] [2049 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418503; 

Frank K. Root & CO., Chicago. 

When Jesus swings the great gates 
wide; words and music by S. H. 
Payne [of U. S.] Philadelphia, M. 
D. Swisher. [2050 

© Jan. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918; 
E 415725; Sarah Haggard Payne, 
Philadelphia. 

When my boy meets the Katser; 
words and music by H. E. Gifford 
[of U. S.] [2051 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 415035; Harry E. Gifford, 
Medford, Mass. 

When my feet have crossed the 
golden strand; words by F. M. 
Sprague, music by Haldor Lillenas 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2052 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418314; Florence M. 
Sprague, Butler, Ky. 

When our boys begin to fly; words 

by A. Allison, music by J. E. An- 

dino [of U. S.] [2053 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418336; 

Archie Allison, Walsenburg, Col. 

When our Sammy roys come march- 
ing home ; words by Lenore V. Wol- 
cott, music by C. S. Millsfaugh, arr. 
by John Edward Wood [of U. S.] 

[2054 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 416764; 
Charles S. Millsfaugh, Warwick. 
N. Y. 



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When the boys come marching home ; 
words by Hazel Arnold, music by 
E. Paull [of U. S.] [2055 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; E 418396 ; 
Eddie Paull, Concord Junction, 
Mass. 

When the boys come sailing home 
from across the sea; words by E. 
W. Benson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2056 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415548; 
Edward W. Benson, Richmond, Ind. 

When the boys come sailing home 
what a wonderful time there'll 
be ; words by Chas. Gesele, music by 
Edward Huether [of U. S.] [2057 
© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415581; Gesele and Gesele 
pub. co., Brooklyn. 

When the cherry trees are bloom- 
ing in Japan ; words and music by 
C. K. Harris [of U. S.] [2058 

© Jan. 1, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418221; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

When the lights go out on Broad- 
way : words and music by I. B. Aus- 
tein [of U. S.] [2059 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415625; 
Irving B. Austein, New York. 

When the moon shines down ; from 
Fancy free, words and music by 
Augustus Barratt [of U. S.] [2060 
© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 416752; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

When the old boat heads for home; 
words and music by E. B. Fuller, 
arr. by Ernest Cutting [of U. S.] 

[2061 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418493; 
Earl Bunn Fuller, New York. 

When the Red, White and Blue 
licks the Red, White and Black; 
words and music by C. Collins [of 
U. S.] [2062 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418403; 
Connie Collins, Alto Pass, 111. 

When the ships come home; from 
Oh ! lady, lady, words by P. G. 
Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern 
[of U. S.] [2063 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 415456; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 



When the sun goes down in Nor- 
mandie then is when I sit and 
dream of you; words by J. Branen, 
music by Evans Lloyd [of U. S.] 

[2064 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415425; Jeff Branen, New 
York. 

When the sun goes down on the 
firing line ; words by E. M. Kitchin, 
music by J. E. Anclino [of U. S.l 

t2065 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415526; 

Ethel M. Kitchin, Manchester, N. H. 

When the world is made safe for 
democracy; words by R. R. David- 
son, music by E. A. Lord [of U. S.] 

[2066 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1918; E 415468; 
Rebecca Robinson Davidson arid 
Emma Adele Lord, Brooklyn. 

When they yodel ragtime songs in 
Tennessee; words and music by 
Will Morrissey [of U. S.] [2067 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1918 ; E 418030 ; Leo Feist inc., New 
York. 
When Uncle Sammy goes to war; 
words by M. Manley, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2068 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415535; 

M. Manley, Downey, Id. 

When Uncle Si begins to snore; 

comedy song, words and music by 

W. T. Schorn, arr. by Paul Cremashi 

[of U. S.] [2069 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415753; 

William Theodore Schorn, Brooklyn. 

When we wind up the watch on the 
Rhine; one-step march, by Gordon 
Y. Thompson [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[2070 
© Feb. 6, 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 7 1918 ; 
E 415786 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

When you come back; one step and 
march, by Hugo Frey, arr. by An- 
tonio Bianco [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[2071 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1918 ; 
E 418206 ; G. Ricordi & co. inc., New 
York. 

When you come home; words and 
music bv A. T. Van Noy [of U. S.J 

[2072 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 415660; 
Anne Turman Van Noy, Ardmore, 
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When you have time to remember ; 
words and music by Fred Gibson 
[of England] [2073 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401787; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

When you make those goo-goo eyes ; 
words by Arthur Anderson and Val- 
entine, music by Jas. W. Tate fof 
England] [2074 

© Dec. 7. 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 11. 1918 ; 
E 401S15: Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 
When you wake up dancing: from 
Toot toot, words by Berton Braley, 
musk- by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[2075 
© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1918; E 418094; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

When your country calls you; 

words and music by C. G. Hayes | of 

U. 8.] [2076 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 416745; 

Clara Geraldine Hayes. Santa Cruz. 

Cal. 
Where foreign rivers flow ; words 

by E. A. Hauser, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2077 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 415751; 

E. Allen Hauser, N. Liberty, Ind. 

W here the daisies grow ; words by 
J. J. Green, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2078 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415686; 
J. J. Green, Hopew^ell, Va. 

Where the trailing arbutus blooms 
in Michigan your heart is call- 
ing me; words by F. J. Koeplinger, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2079 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415706; 
Franz J. Koeplinger, Dayton, O. 

Wherever there's music and beauti- 
ful girls ; words by Joseph Mc- 
Carthy, music by Harry Carroll [of 
U. S.] [2080 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; E 416785; 
McCarthy and Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

While I slept in my old arm chair; 

words by J. Bowen, music bv R. A, 

Browne [of U. S.] ' [2081 

© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1917 ; 

E 416845 ; Joseph Bowen, Murray, O. 

White (The) House march song; 

words by H. E. Le-Roy, music by 

Harry Richardson [of U. S.] [2082 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1918; E 418463; 

Harry E. Le-Roy, Saginaw, Mich. 



Who bo you love; words and music 
by Gene Buck arid James Hanley 
[of U. S.] [2083 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415247; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Who's going to K. O. the Kaiser; 
words by S. L. Kami, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2084 
© lc. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415540; 
Saul Leonard Kami, Pittsburgh. 

Who said Dixie ; words by Andrew B. 
Sterling and Bernie Grossman, music 
by Arthur Lange [of U. S.] [2085 
© Jan. IS, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 418290; Joe Morris music 
CO., New York. 

Who wouldn't be a soldier for the 
U. S. A.; words by Z. M. Zollars, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2086 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415550; 
Zaida M. Zollars, Orestod, Col. 

Why am I always the bridesmaid; 
words and music by Charles Collins 
and Fred. W. Leigh. [2087 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1918 ; 
E 401814; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Why can't we all be united; words 
and music by B. Riggs [of U. S.] 
arr. by Cris. Petorias [of U. S.] 

[2088 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918; E 418477; 
Benjamin Riggs, New York. 

Why do they call them babies; 

words by Al. Harrimanj music by 

Jack Egan [of U. S.] [2089 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; E 418374 ; 

Broadway music corp., New York. ■ 

Why don't you write to mother; 

words by D. B. Long, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2090 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418367; 

D. B. Long, New York. 

Why fear to face the stormy main ; 
words and music by A. E. French 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2091 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416790; A. E. French, Revere, 
Mass. 

Why use words ; words and music by 
J. H. Calisch [of U. S.] [2092 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418394; 
James Howard Calisch, New York. 



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Wick (The) ka wack ka poy; words 
and melody by Hambone Howell 
[pseud, of Percy Howell of U. S.l 

[2093 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 418486; 
Percy Howell, Washington, D. C. 

Widow (The) of a German threw 
him down ; words by J. Branen, 
music by Evans Lloyd [of U. S.] 

[2094 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918; E 415426; Jeff Branen, New 
York. 

Will you be true; words and music 

by C. K. Harris [of U. S.] [2095 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 

E 416773; Chas. K. Harris, New 

York. 

Will you be waiting for me, love, if 

I RETURN FROM THE WAR; WOl'dS by 

Mrs. D. H. Henderson, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2096 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418363; 
Mrs. Don H. Henderson, Two Rivers, 
Wash. 

Will you forget me while I'm away ; 
words and music by W. W. Hall, arr. 
by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] 

[2097 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1918; E 4154S7; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

Will you forgive and can you for- 
get; words and music by C. G. 
Hayes [of U. S.] [2098 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; E 418744; 
Clara Geraldine Hayes, Santa Cruz, 
Cal. 

Wish I were a soldier; words and 
arr. of melody by Mrs. P. A. Kubik 
[of U. S.] melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.l 

[2099 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 418421; 
Mrs. Paul A. Kubik, Protivin, la. 

With all my heart and soul; words 
by J. Keirn Brennan, music by 
Ernest R. Ball [of U. S.] ; high voice, 
in E flat. [2100 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1918 ; E 418029 ; Leo Feist inc., New 
York. 

With only my memories; words and 
music by W. A. Ketchum [of U. S.] 

[2101 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 415595; 
William Albert Ketchum, San Fran- 
cisco. 



With you dear ; part-song, words by 
Minnie E. Brown, music by Charles 
P. Scott [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [2102 

© Dec. 26. 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1918 ; 
E 415229 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Woman hater (The) (A nogyulolo) ; 
love duett, words and music by S. v. 
Fiizy [of Hungary domiciled at 
Cleveland] [2103 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416703; 
Stephen von Fiizy, Cleveland. 

Wonder (The) city of the West; 
words and music by F. A. Gross [of 
U. S.] [2104 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418378 ; Frederick A. Gross, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Wonder eyes. See Chappell's army 
journal. no. 453. 

Wondrous harmonies. See I heard 
the sound of voices. 

Won't you kiss me for a little 
while; song from the production, 
Carminetta, words by Douglas Fur- 
ber, music by Emile Lassailly [of 
England]. [2105 

© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; 
E 401807; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Woodland (A) idyle; by V. J. Gurley 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2106 

© 1 c. June 21, 1917; E 418178; 
Virginia J. Gurley, San Francisco. 

World's (The) dream; auto galop, 

march and one-step, by A. F. Erhardt 

of U. S.] ; instrumental. [2107 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 191S; E 415739; 

Anna Frances Erhardt, Philadelphia. 

Write a love letter to mother to- 
day; words and music by Read Mc- 
Kenrick [of U. S.] arr. by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2108 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418338; 
P. L. McKenrick, Kittanning, Pa. 

Write mother a letter to-night; 

words by B. F. Conway, music by 

J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [2109 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 415719; 

B. F. Conway, Cadiz, O. 

Yankee boys ; words by H. L. Bliss, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[2110 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; E 41S060; 
H. Lloyd Bliss, Leon Springs, Tex. 



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no. 2. 1918 



2128 



Yankee boys marching through Bel- 
gium ; words and music by A. De- 
hoey [of Canada] [2111 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1018; E 420073; 
Albert Dehoey, Chatham, Ont., Can. 

Yankee (The) soldier's song; we're 
going to fight for our country, words 
by D. S. Weatherall, music by 
Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] [2112 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918; E 416T0G; 
Dora S. Weatherall, New York. 

YOU ALWAYS BRING THE SUNSHINE 

with you; words and music by 
Murray and Leigh [of England] 

[2113 
© Dec. 7, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918; 
E 401799; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

YOU CAN FIND A LITTLE BIT OF DIXIE- 
LAND anywhere you go ; by Walter 
Donaldson, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch.. in E flat. 
4to. [2114 

© Feb. 6, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 415771 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

YOU CAN FIND A LITTLE BIT OF DIXIE- 
LAND NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO ', 

words and music by Walter Donald- 
son [of U. S.] [2115 
© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1918 ; E 4182S5 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

You'd better be nice to them now ; 
words by William Tracey, music by 
Jack Stern [of U. S.] [211G 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415473; Douglas and New- 
man music co., New York. 

YOU FOUND ME AND I FOUND YOU ; from 

Oh, lady, lady, words by P. G. Wode- 
house, music by Jerome Kern [of 
U. S.] [2117 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 23, 
1918; E 415457; T. B. Harms CO., 
New York. 
You go home to your wife and I'll 
go home to mine ; words and music 
by James Kendis, James Brockman 
and Frank Terry [of U. S.] [2118 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1918; E 41S485; 
Kendis-Brockman music co., inc., 
New York. 

YOU GREAT BIG SOLDTER MAN ; WOrdS 

by Sarah Evelyn Claxton, music by 
W. Buse [of Holland domiciled at 
Savannah, Ga.] [2119 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918; E 415742; 
William Buse, Savannah, Ga. 



YOU MUSTN'T FISH IN MY FISH-POND J 

from Girl of my heart, words by 
Arthur J. Lamb, music by Jules 
Chauvenet [of U. S.] [2120 

© Jan. 2S, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 415593 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

You're going to lose me; words and 
music by Georce A. Stevens [of 
England]. [2121 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401798; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

You're the catch of the season Ted- 
dy ; song in the revue, Cheep, words 
by G. Lancaster, music by Pedro De 
Zulueta [of Spain] [2122 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401801 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

You're the little girlie that I love ; 
words by J. J. Romaniello, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2123 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1918; E 418330; 

James J. Romaniello, Shelton, Conn. 

You went away; words and music by 
James H. Whelpley [of U. S.] Wash- 
ington C. H.. O., Irvin music pub. co. 

[2124 
© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1918; E 418292; John L.Itose, Wash- 
ington C. H., O. 

Young and old; words by Charles 
Kingsley, music by Gustave Ferrari 
[of Switzerland] [2125 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1918 ; E 420051 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Your country needs you; words by 
E. Waite-Colson, music by Emily 
Wood Bower [of U. S.] [2126 

© Nov. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1917 ; 
E 418213 ; Edith Waite-Colson, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

Your kiss ; words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by Fay Foster [of U. S.] ; 
low in B flat. [2127 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
191S; E 416736; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Your land and mtne; words by Ada 
Simpson Sherwood, music by David 
Nyvall, jr. [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [2128 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415521; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 



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2129 



YpxiTHLET (The) and the maiduet; 
words by M. Rosenfeld and Arthur 
Anderson, music by Jas. W. Tate [of 
England] *2129 

© Dee. 7, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1918 ; 
E 401796; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Zacatecas ; marcha, por Genaro Co- 
dina, arr. de Mauricio Jara [of 
Mexico, domiciled at El Paso] ; pi- 
ano. [2130 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918; E 415620; Edmunds C. Ar- 
guelles, El Paso. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Zetella; versi di R. Ferraro-Cor- 
rera, musica di E. Cannio [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandolino. Ed. no. 198. 
Napoli, Emilio Gennarelli &c. [2131 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401915 ; Italian book co„ inc., New 
York. 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Zig-zag; selection, by Dave Stamper, 
arr. by J. Ord Hume [of Great 
Britain] ; military band. (Boosey & 
co.'s supplemental journal, no. 169.) 

[2132 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 26, 

1918; E 420054; Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Zingarella ; versi e musica di G. Ca- 
paldo [of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 
(La canzonetta, ed. no. 858.) [2133 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1918 ; 
E 401847 ; Italian book co., inc.. New 
York. 

2a pequena suite de valses cartos; 
por F. de Furundarena [of Spain] ; 
piano. [2134 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1918 ; E 401813 ; Union musical espa- 
nola, Madrid. 



9 SELECTED 

(W. A.) 



sonatas. See Mozart 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1918 : 
Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions ( including 3 unpublished )_ 
Class E, Musical compositions (including 565 unpublished) 



8 
126 



Total 2, 134 



! '4 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [2134 



And there shall be no more curse; 
duet by J. O. D. Parker. [1 

© by Philip S. Parker, Boston, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10944, Dec. 8 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37108. 

Angels lullaby ; by A. De Seve, op. 7. 

[2 
© by Alfred De Seve, Montreal, 
Canada, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10930, 
Dec. 8, 1917. Original entrv, Nov. 
17, 1890, no. 36299. 

Around the maypole; waltz by Wil- 
liam Cooper [pseud, of Franz Behr] 
op. 144, ed. by H. W. Nicholl ; piano- 
forte. [3 
© by H. W- Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10995, Dec. 24, 1917. 
Original entry, Oct. 10. 1890, no. 
31434. 

At the dawn of morning (Morgen- 
wanderung) ; by H. Kaun, op. 31. 

[4 
© by Hugo Kaun, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10999, Dec. 24, 1917. 
Original entry, Oct. 31, 1890, no. 
34140. 

Ballade (The) of the song of the 
Syrens ; words by C. J. Lee, music 
by H. H. Huss. [5 

© by Henry Holden Huss, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10950, Dec. 
8, 1917. Original entry, Nov. 22, 
1890, no. 37116. 

Bedouix love song ; words by Bayard 
Taylor, music by George W. Chad- 
wick ; B flat min. [6 
© by George \V. Chadwick, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10945, Dec. 8, 
1917. Original entry, Nov. 22, 1890, 
no. 37110. 



Bethlehem; Christmas hymn, words 
by Phillips Brooks, music by H. A. 
Norris. [7 

© by Homer A. Norris, New York, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10954, Dec. 8, 
1917. Original entry, Nov. 26, 1890, 
no. 37565. 

Brown eyes polka; by G. Kessel; 
piano or cabinet organ. [8 

© by Geo. Kessel, Canton, Minn., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10978, Dec. 17, 
1917. Original entry, Dec. 20, 1889. 
no. 38908. 

Calm on the listening ear of night ; 
Christmas anthem by P. A. 
Schnecker; sop. and alto solo and 
quartet. [9 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 11004. 
Jan. 2, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 3, 
1890, no. 38287. 

Canadian (A) boat-song; duet by 
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach; sop. and bar. 

[10 
© hy Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10946. Dec. 8, 
1917. Original entry, Nov. 22, 1890. 
no. 37112. 

Chauvet (A.) 15 etudes; introduc- 
tory to the playing of the works of 
Bach, by A. Chauvet, ed. by P. Hale. 

[11 
© by Philip Hale, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10955, Dec. 8, 1917. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 26, 1890, no. 37569. 

Cigarette song ; by Gerrit Smith. [12 
© by Mrs. Gerrit Smith, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10983, Pec. 
17. 1917. Original entry, Sept. 17, 
1890, no. 28626. 



125 



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2134 (13) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Come to the manger in Bethlehem ; 
by P. A. Schnecker. (Christinas 
carol, no. 36) [13 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 11003, 
Jan. 2, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 3, 
1890, no. 38285. 

Come unto Me; anthem by Frank 
Lynes, op. 8, no. 3. [14 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10940, Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37104. 

Dear Christmas ! all the world is 
glad; by P. A. Schnecker. (Christ- 
mas carols, no. 35) [15 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 11002, 
Jan. 2. 1918; Original entry, Dec. 3, 
1890, no. 38284. 

"Eye hath not seen: by J. C. D. 
Parker. [16 

© by Philip S. Parker, Boston, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 

10942, Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1S90, no. 37106. 

Festival serenade; waltz by Franz 
Behr, ed. by H. W. Nicholl. [17 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
■ Schnberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10997, Dec. 24, 1917. 
Orieinal entry, Oct. 10, 1890. no. 
31436. 

Ha-ha govotte ; by Franz Behr, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl. [18 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10994, Dec. 24, 1917. 
Orieinal entry, Oct. 3, 1S90, no. 
30601. 

He that is mighty; by J. C. D. Par- 
ker. [19 

© by Phillip S. Parker, Boston, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 

10943. Dec. 8. 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37107. 



Heinzelmannchen (Mountain 
gnomes) ; tone piece by Charles Mor- 
ley [pseud, of Franz Behr], ed. by H. 
W. Nicholl ; piano. [20 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10998, Dec. 24, 1917. 
Orignal entry, Oct. 27, 1890, no. 
33464. 

It seems to me ; ballad by G. W. Mars- 
ton ; in D. [21 
© by E. Howard Thayer, Boston, 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10932, Dec. 8, 1917. 
Original entry. Nov. 22, 1890, no. 
37092. 

Jolly cadets march; by Franz Behr, 
ed. by H. W. Nicholl. [22 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 10996, Dec. 24. 1917; 
Orisrinal entry, Oct. 10, 1890, no. 
31435. 

Marguerite; words by William H. 
Gardner, music by Frank Lynes, op. 
15, no. 5; in G. [23 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10936. Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37097. 

Menuet de Bergamo; by August 
Durand, op. 75, rev. and fingered by 
Ferdinand Meyer [pseud, of Arthur 
Foote] [24 

© by Arthur Foote, Brookline, 
Mass., as the author, in renewal for 
2S years. Renewal no. 10929, Dec. 
8, 1917. Original entry, Nov. 17, 
1890, no. 36298. 

Nearer my God, to Thee; anthem by 
Frank Lynes, op. 8, no. 4. [25 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10941, Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37105. 

Night (The) sea; duet by Mrs. H. H. 
A. Beach; 1st and 2nd sop. [26 

© by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10947, Dec. 
8, 1917. Orisrinal entry, Nov. 22, 
1S90, no. 37113. 



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no. 2, 1918 



2134 (40) 



Oh memory; from An evening in 
Greece, words by Thomas Moore, 
music by F. A. Porter, op. 12, no. 1. 

[27 
© by F. Addison Porter, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 10933, Dec. 8, 
1917. Original entry Nov. 22, 1890, 
no. 37094. 

Over the heather ; words by William 
H. Gardner, music by Frank Lynes. 
op. 15, no. 6; in B flat. [28 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 2S years. Renewal no. 
10937, Dec. 8. 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37099. 

Reveries; by W. H. Neidlinger. [29 
© by W. H. Neidlinger, East 
Orange, N. J., as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10984, Dec. 20, 1917. Original entry, 
Dec. 20, 1889, no. 39124. 

Robin (The) ; by E. P. Meader. [30 
© by Emily Peace Meader, Water- 
ville, Me., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10953, 
Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, Nov. 
22. 1890, no. 37119. 



by W. H. Neidlinger. op. 70, no. 

3; sop. [31 

© by W. H. Neidlinger. East 
Orange, N. J., as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10985, Dec. 20, 1917. Original entry, 
Dec. 20, 1889, no. 39125. 

Rochester waltz; by D. W. Crist; 
piano or cabinet organ. [32 

© by D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10977, Dec. 17, 1917. 
Original entry, Dec. 20, 1889. no. 
38907. 

Romance ; by Frank Lynes, op. 4 ; vio- 
lin or violoncello obi. [33 
© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10939, Dec. 8. 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890. no. 37103. 

Rondo caprice; by G. H. Luebert, op. 
48 ; piano. [34 

© by G. H. Luebert, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 11001, Dec. 31, 1917. 
Original entrv, Nov. 13, 1890, no. 
35793. 



Saviour, source of every blessing; 
words by Robert Robinson, music 
arr. from F. Concone by P. A. Otis. 
(Music for the sanctuary, no. 72) 

[35 

© by Philo A. Otis, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 10993, Dec. 24, 1917. 
Original entry, Sept. 25, 1890, no. 
29559. 



Sea song; duet by Mrs. H. H. A. 
Beach; 1st and 2nd sop. [36 

© by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10948, Dec. 
8, 1917. Original entry, Nov. 22, 
1890, no. 37114. 



Slumber song ; by A. De Seve, op. 6. 

[37 

© by Alfred De Seve, Montreal, 
Canada, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10931, 
Dec. S. 1917. Original entry, Nov. 
17. 1890, no. 36300. 



Soft and gently through my soul; 
by E. P. Meader. [38 

© by Emily Peace Meader, Water- 
ville, Me., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10951, 
Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, Nov. 
22. 1890. no. 37117. 



Spacious firmament on high:. See 
Wagner (Richard) 

Sweet the moments rich in bless- 
ing; hymn for quartet arr. from 
Nicode by P. A. Schnecker. (Music 
for the sanctuary, no. 70) 

[39 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10991, Dec. 
24, 1917. Original entry, Sept. 25, 
1890. no. 29557. 



Sweetheart, sigh no more ; by E. P. 
Meader. [40 

© by Emily Peace Meader, Water- 
ville, Me., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 10952, 
Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, Nov. 
22. 1890, no. 37118. 



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2134 (41) 



They that sow in tears ; by H. H. 
Huss. [41 

■ © by Henry Hoklen Huss, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10949, Dec. 
8. 1917. Original entry, Nov. 22, 
1890, no. 37115. 

They went a-fishing ; by Frank 
Lynes, op. 15, no. 7; in D. [42 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10938, Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37101. 

Yalse brillante ; by Frank Lynes, op. 
16, no. 1. [43 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10934, Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37095. 



pt. in, n. s.. v. 18 



Wagner (Richard) Spacious (The) 
firmanent on high ; anthem arr. from 
Wagner by P. A. Schnecker ; quar- 
tet and organ. (Music for the 
sanctuary, no. 71) 

[44 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker. % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 10992, Dec. 
24, 1917. Original entry, Sept. 25. 
1S90, no. 29558. 



4th (A) finger etude; by 
Lynes, op. 16, no. 2. 



Frank 

[45 

© by Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass,, as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
10935, Dec. 8, 1917. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1890, no. 37096. 



128 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [2134 



American beauty. [46 

© Jerome H. Reinick & co„ New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1918; 
recorded , v. 3, p. 130. 

Any time's kissing time; one step; 

orch. [47 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 12S. 

Carmen of the cabaret. [48 

© M. Witraark & sons, New York. 
Norice rec'd Feb. 11, 191S ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 130. 

( Jabry on ; by M. L. Lake. [49 

© Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 31, 1918; recorded, v. 3, 
p. 129. 

Comedy Tom march. [50 

© \Yill Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 18. 1918; recorded, v. 3, 

p. 132. 

Daughter (The) of Rosie O'Grady. 

[51 
© x\I. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 130. 

Down on the Nile. [52 

© Artmusic, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 129. 

Down ! Up ! Left ! Right ! from Going 

up. [53 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 130. 

For you and Tennessee. [54 

© Harold Freeman co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 
Gentle shadows. [55 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 31, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

GO LAD AND MAY" GOD BLESS YOU. [56 

© Jerome H. Remick & co.. New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15. 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 



Good for nothing Jim. [57 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

Happy' Sammies. [58 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

Here's to the two of you ; from Going 

up. [5& 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 130. 

Hot punch. [60 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded. 
v. 3, p. 128. 

I AM WAITING FOR THE MESSAGE OF THE 
ROSE. [61 

© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918 : 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

I'D LIKE TO LIVE THE OLD DAY'S OVER. 

[62 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

I'M IN THE ARMY NOW. [63 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

I've a cosy little cottage in the 

COUNTRY. [64 

© Harold Freeman co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

I WASN'T SCARED BUT I JUST THOUGHT 
THAT I HAD BETTER GO. L65 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 31, 1918 : recorded. 
v. 3, p. 128. 

Ice and snow. [66 

© Will Rossiter. Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1918; recorded, v. 3. 
p. 132. 



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IS THERE A LETTER FOR ME. [67 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 1, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 129. 

IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WHOSE 
SWEETIE YOU WERE, YOU'RE MY SWEET 
SWEETIE NOW. [68 

© Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 8, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 128. 

Just to see the love light beaming. 

[69 
© Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 18, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 131. 

Kilties' march ; by Kenneth M. 

Murehison. [70 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 131. 

Palm Beach dip. [71 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

Queen of May. [72 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

Remorse blues. [73 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

Send back dear daddy to me. [74 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 12,8. 

Ships that pass in the night. [75 
© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

Snookums. [76 

© Forster music publisher, inc.. 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

Sweetness itself (Valse tendre) [77 
© Artrausic. inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 8, p. 131. 

That cute little baby of mine. [78 
© Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 18, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 131. 



That's why you're like an angel 

to me. [79 

© Triangle music pub. co., New 

Orleans. Notice rec'd Feb. 4, 1918; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 129. 

Then you'll open your heart and 
give a little love to me. [80 

© Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 18, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 131. 

Valse caprice ; by Karl Rissland. [81 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 131. 

Valse parfumee. [82 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7. 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

We'll have to do it again. [S3 

© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1918; recorded, v. 3, 
p. 132. 

Wee (A) bit o' Scotch. [84 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

When it's cotton blossom time in 
Georgia. [85 

© Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 18, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 131. 

When you're away. [86 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 

When you sang hush-a-bye baby to 

me. [87 

© Forster music publisher, inc., 

Chicago. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1918 ; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 130. 

Why keep me waiting so long. [S8 
© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1918; recorded, v. 3, 
p. 132. 

Will you be true. [89 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 4, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 129. 

Zamp a zamp rag. [90 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 7. 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 128. 



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PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1918 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
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The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions.— (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van); Bizet (Georges); Gluck (C. W. von); Massenet (J. E. F.); Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); Offenbach 
(Jacques); Raff (J. J.); Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); Rubinstein (A. G.); 
Schubert (F. P.); Thomas (C. L. A.); Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch); and 
Wagner (Richard). In case of all such works, however, there are cross 
references in the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
"cantata," " schottische," "nocturne," "impromptu," "sonata," "etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints.— As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



'A soiorta nera ; words by T. Ferraz- 
zano, music by Luigi Sonadio [of 
Italy domiciled at Paterson, N. J.l 

[2135 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 413830; 
Tony Ferrazzano, Paterson, N. J. 

A'tiene sulo tu; versi e musica di 
Gennaro Camerlingo [of Italy! ; 
canto e mandolino. [2J.36 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420219 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Abide with me ; words by William 
Henry Monk, music by Ralph Carle- 
ton Murton [of Canada] ; mixed 
voices, solo & chorus, arr. by Jules 
Brazil. [2137 

© Jan. 29, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 4. 1918; 
E 420169; R. C. Murton. Toronto, 
Canada. 

'Acquaiola (L) 'e Napule; versi di 
G. Esposita (Pasqualotto), musica 
di G. Quaranta [of Italy] ; mand. 

[2138 
© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417142; E. G. Pasqualotto, New 
York. 

Across the pond ; words by R. M. Mc- 
Kinney, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2139 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416967; 
Ruth Moore McKinney, Middleburg, 
Utah. 

Akta deg, jenta; words and music 

by T. Reimestad [of U. S.] [2140 

© Dec. 10, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1918; E 417156; Theodor Reimestad, 

Minneapolis. 

Alard (Delfin) Ten brilliant studies 
for violin (Diez estudios brillantes 
para violin) ; by D. Alard. op. 16, 
rev. by W. F. Ambrosio [of U. S.] ; 
violin. [2141 

© Dec. 17, 1917; 2 c. Feb, 21, 
1918; E 417300; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
revised version] 



Algonquin ; words and music by Mar- 
garet Saint Barb e Harrison [of 
Canada], French translation by 
Mile. Helene Bieler; song with 
piano ace. [2142 

© Jan. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420269; Margaret Saint Barbe 
Harrison, Macdonald College, P. Q., 
Canada. 

Alice where are you ; words by 
George Arthurs, music by Louis Jer- 
ome [of England]. [2143 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 4202,74; Star music pub. 
co., London. 

All aboard for camp boys ; words and 
music by E. R. Miller [of U. S.] 

[2144 
© Feb. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1918; E 415847; Ella Rebecca Mil- 
ler, Trenton, N. J. 

All hail America ; words and music 

by C. W. Laufer [of U. S.] [2145 

© Jan. 8, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1918; E 417100; Calvin W. Laufer, 

New York. 

All hall! O Christ; an Easter song, 
words by Charles Wesley, music by 
A. L. Powell [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice in B flat. [2146 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 
1918 ; E 415823 ; Wm. A. Pond & co. t 
New York. 

All honor to them ; words and music 
by J. B. Herbert [of U. S.] [2147 
©. Jan 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415806; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Alleluia. See Massenet (J. E. F.) 

Alpine nocturne; by Pietro Alessan- 
dro Yon [of U. S.] ; piano. (Five 
tone pictures no. 4) [2148 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416S59; G. Schirmer. inc.. New 
York. 



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America ; my country 'tis of thee, new 
tune, words by S. F. Smith, music 
by F. E. Cook [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [2149 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417219; Franklin E. Cook, 
Warsaw, 111. 

America arise; words and music by 
Hamilton Reynolds [of U. S.] 

[2150 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417254; 
H. E. Reynolds, New York. 

America glorious land of freedom; 
words and music by S. S. Meyers 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2151 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415961; Fillmore bros. co., 
Cincinnati. 

America'll win the war; words and 
music by M. S. Bywater [of U. S.] 

[2152 
© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417425; Mary Scott By- 
water, Duluth, Minn. 

American bugle call; words and 
music bv J. Schmidt [of U. S.l 

[2153 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 
1918; E 415803; Julius Schmidt, 
New York. 

American consecration hymn ; words 
by Percy Mackaye, music by Francis 
MacMillen [of U. S.] ; chorus mixed 
voices. 4to. [2154 

© Dec. 31, 1917: 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918: E 422171: Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

American national war songs and 
home songs of Old Glory; by F. 
E[ugene] Warner Tof U. S.I 8vo. 

[2155 
© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1917 ; 
aff. Jan. 30. 1918; 480491; Chart 
music pub. co., Chicago. 

America's Easter guest; patriotic 
service, words by Jessie Brown 
Pounds, music by J. H. Fillmore 
[of U. S.l 8vo. Cincinnati, Fill- 
more music house. [2156 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
E 415960; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

America's sweet bunch of violets; 
words bv E. V. Sloats, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

T2157 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415896; 
Emma V. Sloats, Evansville. Ind. 



Amore (L') tutto vuole; versi di A. 
Genise, musica di V. D'Annibale 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. (La 
canzonetta, no. 801.) [2157* 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 12, 

1918; E 401850; Italian book co., 

inc., New York. 

Analytical piano method; by James 

Bellak, ed. and rev. by Clarence G. 

Hamilton [of U. S.] [2158 

© Dec. 12, 1917; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 

21, 1918; A 490535; Oliver Ditson 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing & revision] 

And I saw a new heaven, and a new 

earth ; Easter anthem, Revelation 

XXI— 1, 3 & 4 Corinthians XV 22 

& 20. music by William E. Haesche 

[of U. S.] ; baritone and chorus. 

[2159 
© Feb. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415820; Wm. A. Pond & co.. New 
York. 
And there were shepherds ; anthem, 
words from Luke ii, 8-14, music by 
J. W. Lerman [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series no. 518) 

[2160 
© Nov. 5, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918: 
E 416871; Tullar-Meredith co.. New 
York. 
Angel (The) of no man's land; 
words by H. Macdonakl Barr, music 
by Grant Colfax Tullar [of U. S.l 

[2161 
© Jan. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416874; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 
Angelo (Un') che dorme (A sleeping 
angel) : by G. Coia [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [2162 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417221; Giacinto Coia. Ra- 
venna, O. 
Answering the call of command; 
words by W. D. Spearman, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2163 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417045; 
Wm. D. Spearman, New York. 
Antediluvian days; a colored man's 
lament, words and music by L. Sully 
[of U. S.] [2164 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 417099; 
Lew Sully, Chicago. 
Any day in the year ; I can love you, 
from The night clerk, words and 
music by William B. Friedlander 
[of U. S.] [2165 

© Feb. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 417092 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 



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no. 3, 1918 



2186 



Any old place the gang goes I'll be 

there: words and music by W. J. 

M. McKenna [of U. S.] [2166 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417214; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

Any old time's the eight time; words 
and music by Fred Darrell [of Eng- 
land] [2167 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 420257; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

Apres la gtjerbe (After the war) ; 
by B. C. Hilliam, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkau.x [of II. S.] ; vocal orch. in 
B Hat. 4to. [216S 

© Feb. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
10 417071 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

April (An) shower; words and music 
by C. C. Crammond [of U. S.], op. 92. 

[2169 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417186; Tbeo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

April weather ; words by Lizette 
Woodworth Reese, music by Edmund 
Severn [of U. S.] 1. High voice. 2. 
Low voice. [2170, 2171 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. each Feb. 
20, 1918; E 417202, 417203; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 

Are you coming through the sun- 
shine : words by Olga Wood-Sims, 
music by Innes Keith [of Great 
Britain]. [2172 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 420119 ; Weeks & co., London. 

Ariadne: valse de ballet, by Alice 

Morse Glover [of U. S.] ; pf. [2173 

© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 

E 417683; C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 

Ariette ; au printemps, par Daniel La- 
motte [of France] ; piano. (Vers 
la musique et pour nos jeunes, 
no. 1.) [2174 

© Oct. 17, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 420110; Pax — Jacques Vuillemin, 
Nantes, France. 

Army (The) Y. M. C. A.; words and 
arr. by Mrs. R. Whitcomb, music 
by L. A. Clark [of U. S.] [2175 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415929; 
Mrs. Robert Whitcomb, Bolton 
Landing, N. Y. 



As the boys go marching on ; words 
and music by F. A. Wright, arr. by 
Adam Blatz [of Canada] [2176 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417458; 
Frank Alexander Wright, Hamilton, 
Ontario. 

As the leaves fall; poem by Joseph 
Courtney, set to music by Harold E. 
Darke [of England], op. 26. as a 
short cantata ; soprano solo, female 
chorus and piano. 4to. [2177 

© Jan. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1918 ; 
E 420227; Stainer & Ball, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

At dusk (Villanella) ; by Albert 

Franz [of U. S.] ; piano. [2178 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417177; Tbeo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Au bord de l'Eure ; 5 aquarelles par 
Georges Migot [of France] ; 2 vio- 
lons, alto et piano. [2179 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420135; Maurice Senart & cie., 
Paris. 

Au Jakdin des Dieux ; melodie par 
Augusta Holmes, arr. par Ad. Gau- 
win [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. [2180 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420075; Hachette et cie., 
Paris. 

Au revolr ; by A. Magnuson [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2181 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417171; 

Arvid Magnuson, Highland Park, 

111. 

Ave Maria ; sacred song, music by Vin- 
cenzo de Giorgio [of Australia] ; 
voice with piano ace. and violin 
obbl. No. 2 in E. [2182 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30. 
1918; E 420121; W. H. Paling & co., 
Sydney, Australia. 

words from Catholic servic e, 

music by Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] ; 
high E. [2183 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417322; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Away in the west ; words by Ed. 
Teschemacher, music by R. M. Har- 
vev [of England]. No. 1 in B flat. 
No. 2 in C. No. 3 in D. [2184-2186 
© Feb. 5, 1918; 1 c. each Feb. 7, 
1918; E 420181-420183; G. Ricordi 
& co., inc., Milan. 



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Baby in the home ; words and an*, 
by M. Regan-Harding-, music by M. 
Du Frerre (pseud of Etiiel Fisber 
of U. S.) [2187 

© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1918; E 415939; 
Maud Regan-Harding, Fessenden, N. 
Dak. 

Back in the quaint little school 
in Caroline; words by Joseph Mc- 
Carthy, music by Harry Carroll [of 
U. S.] [2188 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; E 416952 ; Mc- 
Carthy & Fisber inc., New York. 

Bagdad ; from Sinbad with Al. Jolson, 
words by Harold Atteridge, music 
by Sigmund Romberg and Al. Jolson 
[of U. S.] [2189 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417132; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Barcarola; versi di S. Di Giacomo, 
musica di Eman Nutile [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandoline [2190 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 420248; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Barnes (Edward Shippen) Sym- 
phonic; by E. S. Barnes [of U. S.], 
op. 18 ; organ. [2191 

© Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417086; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Battle call; words and music by W. 

W. McKee [of U. S.] 4to. [2192 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1918; E 415970; William Welden 

McKee, Philadelphia. 

Battle (The) hymn of peace; the 
American Marseillaise, Greenfield, 
111. Haven shop. 8vo. [2193 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 422135; William Gilman 
Haven, Greenfield, 111. 

Battle hymn of the allies; words 
and melodv by H. Cliff [of U. S.] 

[2194 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1917; E 416SS6; 
Harry Cliff, Dannemora, N. Y. 

Battle hymn of the Republic; words 
by Julia Ward Howe, music by G. 
W. MacElroy [of U. S.j [2195 

© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918; 
E 417158; Grace Wilson MacElroy, 
Audubon, N. J. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.! 



Battle (The) in the air; descrip- 
tive song with dialog, words by 
D. A. Esrom, music bv Theodore 
Morse [of U. S.] [2196 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 415853; 
Theodore Morse, New York. 

Be sure to get the Kaiser too ; words 
by Joe Fried and Arthur C. Wilson, 
music by A. C. Wilson [of U. S.l 

[2197 
© Mar. 1, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918; 
E 417688; Fried & Wilson, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Beau reve; melodie de H. de Fon- 
tenailles, reduit par Ad. Gauwin 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [2198 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420079; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Beautiful land of somewhere; 
words by Clyde N. Kramer, music 
by Harry Haywood and Fred Helt- 
man [of IT. S.] [2199 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417446; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 

Bedalumdo; from Sinbad with Al. 
Jolson. words by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Al Jolson [of U. S.l 

[2200 
© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417130; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Beethoven (Ludwig Van) 5 e sonate 
en ut mineur ; par L. Van Beethoven, 
op. 10 no. 1, revue et doigtee par 
L. Diemer [of France] ; pour piano. 

[2201 
© Oct. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 420106; H*»nry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and arrangement] 

13 e sonate en mi bemol maj. par 

L. Van Beethoven, op. 27, no. 1, 
revue et doigtee par L. Diemer [of 
France], pour piano. [2202 

© Oct. 5, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; 
E 420104; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and arrangement] 

17 e sonate, en re mineur; par L. 

Van Beethoven, op 31 no. 2, revue et 
doigtee par L. Diemer [of France], 
pour piano. [2203 

© Oct. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 420105; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and arrangement] 



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2221 



Before I grew up to love you ; words 
and music by Max Friedman [of 
U. S.l [2204 

© Feb. 1, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1918 ; 
E 415908 : Max Friedman music 
pub. co.. Pittsburgh. 

Before the cross ; sacred duet, words 
by James Allen, music by Walter 
Howe Jones [of U. S.] ; sop. and 
alto. [2205 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417175; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Behold, God is my salvation ; words 
from the Bible, music by Le Roy M. 
Rile [of U. S.] ; baritone and sop. 
solos, mixed chorus, org. ace, 4to. 

[2206 
© Feb. 23. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417451; Edward Schuberth 
& co.. New York. 

Berceuse ; by Enrique Soro, [of 

Chile] ; piano. [2207 

© Feb. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 12, 

1918; E 420237; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. 
by J. R. Jacobsen [of Norway 

domiciled at Chicago], op. 1, no. 

1; pf. [2208 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417113; 

Jacob Rode Jacobsen, Chicago. - 
par Daniel Lamotte [of France] ; 

piano. (Vers la musique et pour 

nos jeunes, no. 6.) [2209 

© Oct. 17. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 

1918 ; E 420115 ; Pax- Jacques Vuille- 

min, Nantes, France. 

Berceuse (La) du bleuet; paroles et 
musique de Mme Rose Delaunay [of 
France 1 ; pour piano avec texte & 
reciter. [2210 

© Aug. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420109; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Berceuse et carillon lillois; See 
Da uses de chez nous. 

Best (The) loved Irish melodies; 
medley collection, comp. and arr. 
by Al Hayes [of U. S.] 1. Band 
2. Orch. 4to. [2211,2212 

© Feb. 2 .1918; 2 c. each Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415963, 415964; Fillmore 
brothers co., Cincinnati. 

Big (The) elk march; by F. J. New- 
ton [of U. S.] ; piano. Syracuse, 
Godard music house. [2213 

© May 31, 1917; 2 c. May 31, 
1917; E 405674; F. Jess Newton, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Birdies in the trees ; from Girl o' 
mine, words by Philip Bartholo- 
mae, music by Frank Tours [of 
U. S.l [2214 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
E 415984; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Birth (The) of love; a reverie by 
Archibald Joyce [of England] ; 
piano. [2215 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420193 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd. ; London. 

Bizet (Georges) Carmen; by G. 
Bizet, arr. by Aubrey Stauffer [of 
U. S.], op. 22; guit. Chicago, Lyon 
and Healy. [2216 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 415839; Arling Shaeffer. Chicago. 

Black jack pershing, we're back of 
you ; words and music by E. E. 
Welch and H. Ross McCoy [of U. S.] 

[2217 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417412; 
Edward E. Welch, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Bless the lord, O my soul ; anthem ; 
words from Psalm 103 : 1, 3, 4, music 
by I. H. Meredith [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series no. 502) 

[2218 
© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416872; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 

Blessing glory and wisdom; by Ber- 
thold Tours, arr. by J. S. Seredy [of 
U. S.], orch. [2219 

© Dec. 6, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1918 ; 
E 417309; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Blest Easter , morning ; Easter an- 
them, words trans, from St. Fulbert, 
music by Charles P. Scott [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choral service 
no. 852) [2220 

© Jan. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 418437; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Bloch (Ernest) Trois poemes juifs; 
by E. Bloch [of Switzerland, dom- 
iciled at New York] ; grand orch. 
score. Contents: Danse. Rite, Cor- 
tege funebre. [2221 
© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 415845; G. Schirmer. inc., New 
York. 



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Boot (The) of Italy; words and 
music by A. Esperti [of U. S.] [2222 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 417016; 
Anthony Esperti, Detroit. 

Boots and saddles (Boute selle & mon 
chevai) ; French and Eng. versions 
by Edward Bliss Reed, music by 
Nicholas Saboly, har. by David Stan- 
ley Smith [of U. S.] 4to. (In Pro- 
vencal carols no. 9) [2223 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 415955; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
harmonization] 

Boston's own ; march, by Albert Stoes- 

sel [of U. S.] ; piano. [2224 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 

E 416939 ; Boston music co:, Boston. 

Bouquet (Le) ; poesie de Henri de 
Regnier, musique de Jacques Lar- 
manjat [of France], op. 26. [2225 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420127 ; Soci§te anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Bourree d'auvergne. See Danses de 
chez nous. 

Boy (The) ; selection, by Lionel 
Monckton and Howard Talbot, arr. 
by H. M. Higgs [of Great Britain 1. 
(Orchestral selections no. 128) [2220 
© Jan. 21, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420260; Chappell & co.. ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Boy (The) selection; music by 
Lionel Monckton and Howard Tal- 
bot, arr. by Dan Godfrey [of Great 
Britain] ; military band. (Chap- 
pell's army journal, no. 454.) 

[2227 
© Jan. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1918 ; E 420265 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Boys (The) march on to France; 
words and music bv P. Y. Kellogg 
[of U. S.] [2228 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417447; 
Pearl Yea mans Kellogg. Gerald ine, 
Mont. 

Boys (The) of Uncle Sam; words 
and music by H. M. Knight [of 
U. S.l Washington, Henry Eberbach. 

[2229 
© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 410951; Helen Mildred Knight, 
Washington. 



Boys (The) who are fighting in 
France ; words by E. Bellows, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2230 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417049; 
Ella Bellows, Six Lakes, Mich. 

Break, break, break ; poem by Alfred 
Tennyson, music by Percy Baker 
[of England] [2231 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 420259; E. Osborne & co. ltd., 
London. 

Bring her again ; words by W. E. 
Henley, music by Luella O. Burn- 
ham [of U. S.l ; violin and cello 
obi. [2232 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18. 
1918 ; E 417114 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

British working men ; from the pro- 
duction Pamela, words by Arthur 
Wimperis, music by Frederic Nor- 
ton [of England]. [2233 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420251; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Bugles and drums : by William Hamil- 
ton [of U. S.] obi. 24mo. [2234 
© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
aff. Feb. 4, 1918; A 491417; J. W. 
Pepper & son, Philadelphia. 

Buy a liberty bond ; words and music 
bv Z. Fitz-Gerald [of U. S.] 

[2235 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1918; E 416829; 
Zeph Fitz-Gerald, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 
By the boys of the Red, White and 
Blue; words and music by C. E. 
Mathias [of U. S.] [2236 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417231 ; Clinton E. Mathias, 
Elkhart, Ind. 

By the Stars and Stripes we love; 

words by W. Walker, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2237 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417043; 

W. Walker, Pocatello, Id. 

Calif (The) of Bagdad; overture, by 
Francois A. Boieldieu. arr. by Jul. 
Weiss [of U. S.l, ed. by W. F. Am- 
brosio ; violin solo and miscellaneous 
string combinations with ad lib 
parts for flute and cornet with piano 
ace. [2238 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417293; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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2256 



Call (The) of the U. S. A. ; one step, 
by J. J. Donahue [of U. S.], arr. by 
C. A. O'Donnell [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [2239 

© Feb. 7, 1918; % c. Feb. 11, 
191S; E 417210; John J. Donahue, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

words and music by J. J. 

Donahue [of U. S.] [2240 

© Feb. 7, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 416935; John J. Donahue, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

Call (The) of the West; one-step. 
by Violet W. Rucker [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2241 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918: E 417157; Rucker pub. co., 
Oakland, Cal. 

Call (The) to liberty; words and 
music by J. J. Bunting [of U. S.] 

[2242, 
© Jan. 31, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 6. 
191S; E 415924; John J. Bunting, 
Spokane. 

Call (A) to the winds; words by 
Beatrice E. Reinhardt, music by Ed- 
gar Pinchot Crissman [of U. S.] : 
bass solo. [2243 

© Feb. 8. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416908 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

•Calm as the night; by Carl Bohm, 
transcribed by Edwin Arthur Kraft 
[of U. S.] ; organ. [2244 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422140; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Camp Lee ; words and music by E. D. 
Macfee, jr. [of U. S.] [2245 

© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417220; E. D. Macfee, jr., 
Petersburg, Va. 

Camp Sheridan ; military march, by 
H. H. Dunkeson [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band, 4to. [2246 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
E 415962 ; Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

•Can you ask more; words by Arthur 
Angyalfi, melody by Albert Vete [of 
U. S.] [2247 

© Feb. 6, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918 ; E 415827 ; Artmusic inc., New 
York. 



Cantiqtjes au Sacrecoeur ; paroles du 
B x L-M. de Montfort, musique de A. 
Lhoumeau, [of France] ; chant et 
orgue. nos. 1-4, partition. 2 e edi- 
tion. [2248 
© Oct. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 420107; L. J. Biton, St. Laurent- 
sur-Sevre, France. 

Caprice; by Enrique Soro [of Chile] ; 

piano. [2249 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 

E 420238; G. Schirmer iuc, New 

York. 

Capricho Espanol; by M. Ferrer [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2250 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 416945; 
Monsita Ferrer, New York. 

Carmen. See Bizet (Georges). 

Carnival time in Panama; words 
by J. H. St. Louis, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2251 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417059; 
John H. St. Louis, Ancon, Canal 
Zone. 

Carry on ; march, by M. L. Lake [of 
U. S.J; piano. [2252 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422184; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

words and music by Nettie F. 

Woodbury [of U. S.] ; ed by Ralph 
L. Grosvenor; medium voice. 

[2253 
© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 417153; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Carry on ! keep a going ; words and 
music by L. B. Perry [of U. S.] 
Rochester, Eclipse pub. co. [2254 
© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417112; Louise B. Perry, 
East Rochester, N. Y. 

Castles in Spain; valse d'amour; 
by J. Henry Francis [of U. S.], op. 
30 ; piano. [2255 

© Feb. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 422150; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Catch me if you can ; scherzino fan- 
tastico, by Leonardo De Lorenzo 
[of U. S.], op. 23, no. 2; flute and 
piano. [2256 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422174; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



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Catnip (A katzenjazzer rag) ; by W. 
B. Ray and L. A. Burritt [of U. S.I ; 
banjo. [2257 

© Oct. 29, 1917; 2 c. Oct. 31, 
1917; E 411380; Arling Schaeffer, 
Chicago. 

Cavatina. See Raff (J. J.) 

Celestina, celesti; tarantella, versi 
di E. Russo, musica di E. di Capna 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[225S 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 420247: Italian book co., 
New York. 

Chad gadyo ; from the Chasinte, words 
bv Isidor Lilian, music by J. M. 
Rumshisky [of U. S.] [2259 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1918; E 417151; Hebrew pub. co., 
New York. 

Chanson triste; legende, by Bas 
Kalinnikow, arr. by A. Sibrawa, eel. 
by Jules Centano [of U. S.] ; violin 
and piano. [2260 

© Dec. 15, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417299; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 

Chant nuptial; by Carl Engel [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. [2261 

© Dec. 26. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1918; E 422178; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Cheer for the boys in the army; 
words by Casper Nathan, music by 
J. F. Ruskin [of U. S.] [2262 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417097; J. Frank Ruskin, 
Atlanta. 

Cheer for the L. C. B. A. ; words and 
music by C. Weber [of U. S.] 

[2263 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417222 ; Clara Weber, Han- 
over, Kan. 

Cheerful thoughts ; by Herbert 
Ralph Ward [of U. S.], op. 38, no. 
1 ; piano. [2264 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417190; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Childhood memories ; words and 
music by Edgar Pinchot Crissman 
[of U. S.] ; in A flat. [2265 

© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416907; Wm. A. Pond & co.. New 
York. 



Children of liberty; words by Wil- 
liam Dudley Foulke, music by Ralph 
Campbell Sloane [of U. S.] 8vo. 

[2266 
© Nov. 1, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918; 
E 415800 ; Mary T. R. Foulke, Rich- 
mond, Ind. 

Children's (The) Friend; words by 
A. T. Story, music by George Shinn 
[of England] [2267 

© Feb. 2. 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 420166; A. T. Story, Horsham, 
England. 

Choral; par Marcelle Soulage [of 
France] ; harpe ft pedales. (Petites 
pieces, no. 1.) [2268 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420149; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Christian (The) church year in 
chorals; compiled and ed. by Carl 
F. Pfatteicher [of U. S.] 4to. 

[2269* 
© Dec. 6, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1918 ; 
E 417313 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Christus ; adaptation musicale en 3 
mysteres et 6 parties, de Paul 
Letombe et Jules Buisson [of 
France] ; partition d'orchestre, orgue 
et harpe ou piano. [2270 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420122; Paul Letombe et Jules 
Buisson, Paris. 

Clairs (Les) de lune; de Ch. Koech- 
lin 5 op. 9, arr. par Ad. Gauwin [of 
France] pour orchestre avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. [2271 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420094; Hachette & cie. 7 
Paris. 

Clarion (The) call; words by 
Cordelia Brooks Fenno, music by 
Humphrey Mitchell [of U. S.J ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [2272 

© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415816 ; C. C. Birchard co., Boston. 

Class song; words and music by M. 

Lamphere [of U. S.) [2273 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417230; Mattie Lamphere, 

Detroit. 

Classic dance; by Herbert Ralph 
Ward [of U. S.], op. 38, no. 3; 
piano. [2274 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417192; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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Cloister (The) : words by Stephen 
Chalmers, music by William Armour 
Thayer [of U. S.] [2273 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417073; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Cock-a-doodle-do ; words and melody 

by L. J. Walsh [of U. S.] [2270 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 41709.3; 

Lawrence .1. Walsh, Wallingford, 

Conn. 

CoEUES faboucetes; fantaisie ouver- 
fure. par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch. avec. piano conducteur. 4to. 

[2277 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420142; S. Chapelier, Paris. 

Colette -valse ; par George Fellow [of 

France], pour piano. [2278 

© Nov. 22, 1917: 1 c. Jan. 30, 

1918; E 420099; Pax- Jacques Vuil- 

lemin, Nantes, France. 

College song ; words by S. M. Thomp- 
son, music by Rachel A. Tharps [of 
U. S.] [2279 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 422151; 
Samuel Moses Thompson, Richmond. 

Colomba ; valsette, by Albert Franz 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2280 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 41717S; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Columbia, we deck thee with glory ; 
words by F. W. Stodgell, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l ' 

[2281 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416982; 
Frank W. Stodgell, Detroit. 

Columbia's battle call; words by 
Jean Ross Bennett, music by Her- 
man Wasserman [of U. S.] * [2282 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 411466; 
James C. Bennett, New York. 

Columbus, we're proud of you ; words 
and music by S. M. Warner [of 
U. S.l, arr. by Sammy Stewart [of 
U. S.] [2283 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2,0, 
1918 ; E 417225 ; Stanley M. Warner, 
Columbus, O. 

Come, let us reason together ; words 
by Mrs. J. H. Leonard, music by 
J. H. Leonard [of Canada] [2284 
© Oct. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422120; J. Herman Leon- 
ard. Annan, Canada. 



Come on ovick here it's a wonderful 
place; by Seymour Furth, tran- 
scribed by Lester Brockton [of 
U. S. | ; six saxophones with organ 
or piano ace. 4to. [2285 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 422164; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Come sweet new liberty and cheer 
ever; words by G. H. W. Cloud, 
music by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.l 

[2286: 

© 1 c. Feb. 25. 1918; E 417436; 

George H. W. Clond, Coatesville, Pa. 

Come unto Me; sacred song, words 
anon, music by John D. Thomas [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [2287 

^c) Feb. 5, 1918; % c. Feb. 8, 1918: 
E 416854; Gamble hinged music co. 
Chicago. 

Company (The) sergeant-major; 
words by P. H. B. Lyon, music by 
Wilfrid Sanderson [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; no. 2 in C. [228S 
© Jan. 24, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 420278; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Compare minicu; versi di G. De Ro- 
salia, musica di G. Del Colle [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] [2289 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416891; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Comrades forever; words and music 
by G. S. Barlow [of England, domi- 
ciled at New York], arr. by Freder- 
ick Bernhardt [of U. S.] [2290 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 417169; 
George Surrey Barlow, New York. 

Content ; words by V. Trainor, music 
by Andrew Bobbins [of U. S.] [2291 
© 1 c. July 13, 1917; E 408859; 
Val Trainor, New York. 

Coo-ee; or, Our Australian home, 
words and music by Loo E. El gar 
[of England] [2292 

© June 14, 1917; 1 c. June 28, 
1917; E 395446; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Cortege funebre. See Block (Ernest) 
Trois poemes juifs. 

Couronnes et lauriers ; fantaisie- 
ouverture. par S. Chapelier [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [2293 
© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420143; S. Chapelier, Paris. 



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Oeachi (The) crony dance; words 

and music by B. E. Mills, arr. by 

P. S. Butler [of U. S.] [2294 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1917; E 415966; 

Billy E. Mills, New York. 

Oreatore's band ; march, by G. Iasilli 
[of U. S.] ; band, 4to. [2295 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
F 415854; O. Di Bella, New York. 

Crimson (The) leaf; words and 
music by William Shire Wilson [of 
Canada] [2296 

© Feb. 4, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 420201; William Shire Wilson, 
Homeside, Ont., Canada. 

O i kale l' America; versi di S. 
Giunchi, musica di E. Martucci [of 
Italy] [2297 

© Feb. 1, 191S ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420217; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

D'UN VANNKUR DE BLE AUX VENTS J 

poesie de Joachim du Bellay, 
XVI leme siecle, musique de Marcelle 
Soulage [of France] ; melodie pour 
tenor et piano. [2297* 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918; E 420002; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 
Dalvisa (Song of the dale) ; Swedish 
folksong, by Herman Sandby [of 
Denmark domiciled at New York] ; 
violin, cello and piano. [2298 

© Jan. 22. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422185; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
Dance at twilight; by Pietro Ales- 
sandro Yon [of U. S.] ; piano. (Five 
lone pictures no. 2) [2299 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416857; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 
Danse. See Block (Ernest) Trois 
poemes juifs. 

1>a:\se Alsactenne, et Epilogue. See 
Da uses de chez nous. 

Danse pour enfant; morceau carac- 
teristique, par Albert de Cristofaro 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [2300 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420088; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Danse pour enfants ; morceau carac- 
teristique. par Albert de Cristofaro 
Tof France] ; piano. (Deux fan- 
taisie. no. 2.) [2301 

© Nov. 19, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420097: Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 



Danses (Les) de chez nous; ballet- 
divertissement en un acte, musique 
de H. Maurice Jacquet [of France] ; 
nos. 1 to 5 pour piano. Contents : — 

I. Berceuse et carillon lillois. — 2. 
Volte de Provence. — 3. La derobee 
Bretonne. — 4. Bourree d'Auvergne. — 
5. Danse Alsacienne, et Epilogue. 

[2302 
© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420140 ; Societe Generate thgatrale 
et d'editious. Paris. 

Danza d'amore ; by Enrique Soro [of 

Chile] ; piano. [2303 

© Feb. 9. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 

E 420236; G. Schirmer inc., New 

York. 

Dash (A) of the Red, White and 
Blue ; words and music by Gene 
Quirk [of U. S.] [2304 

© Feb. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 422146 ; Quirk-Dudley music pub. 
co., New York. 

Daughter (The) of Rosie O ' Grady ; 
words by Monty C. Brice, music by 
Walter Donaldson [of U. S.] [2305 
© Feb. 1. 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 2. 1918 ; 
E 416957; M. Witmark & son, New 
York. 

Die la Meuse a l'Yser; marche patri- 
otique. de Casimer Giannoni [of 
Italy] ; piano. [2306 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420130; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Dear little Mary soldiers' nurse; 
words and music by F. G. McPher- 
son [of U. S.] Beaver Falls, Pa., 
McPherson. [2307 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 416988; Frank G. McPherson, 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Dear love, adieu ; words anon., music 
by J. B. Herbert [of U. S.] [2308 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415809; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Okla. 

Dear (The) old fragrant wildwood ; 
words by Mary E. Briggs, melody by 

II. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2309 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 415879; 

Mary E. Briggs, Pendroy, Mont. 

Dear Uncle Sam I'll stand by you; 

words and music bv R. J. Allen [of 

U. S.] [2310 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 417247; 

Robert J. Allen, Minneapolis. 



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2329 



De Lamarter (Eric) Sonata, by E. 
De Lamarter [of U. S.] ; violin & 
piano. [2311 

© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
21, 1918; A 490534; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 

De Lorenzo (Leonardo) Canzonetta ; 

by L. De Lorenzo [of U. S.], op. 22, 

no. 1 ; flute and piano. [2312 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 

E 422176; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Melodia ; by L. De Lorenzo [of U. 

S.]. op. 23, no. 1; flute and piano. 

[2313 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 

E 422175 : Carl Fischer, New York. 

Democracy shall reign supreme; 
words and arr. by C. E. Hall, music 
by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher of U. S.] [2314 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415934; 
Clarence Edwin Hall, Yellow 
Springs, O. 

Derobee (La) Bretonne. See Danses 
de chez nous. 

Devil's (The) love song; words by 
Maurice Y. Samuels, music by Hal- 
let Gilberte [of U. S.] ; high voice 
in C. [2315 

© Dec. 6, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1918 ; 
S 417306; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Devout (The) lover; by Maude Va- 
lerie White [of England] ; reed and 
brass band. 4to. [2316 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1918 ; E 420204 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Dey'd better quit pickin' on mah 
pickanniny; words by Antoinette 
K. Fellows, music by James M. 
White [of U. S.] [2317 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 415990; Christian A. Grimm, 
Chicago. 

Dippie ditties ; words and music by 
Byron Gay [of U. S.] [2318 

© Jan. 26, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1918 ; E 416904 ; N. Y. feature syndi- 
cate corp., New York. 

Same. [2319 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 415866; N. Y. feature syndi- 
cate corp., New York. 

Same. [2320 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 : 
E 415838; N. Y. feature syndicate 
corp., New York. 



Discouraging; words and music by 
Edgar Pinchot Crissman [of U. S.] ; 
in A flat. [2321 

© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416909; Wm. A. Pond & co.. New 
York. 

Do like dad; words by P. A. Frith, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [2322 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415900; 

Paul A. Frith, Wilmington, Del. 

Do not forget; words by M. Macln- 

lyre. music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2323 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415894; 

Mary Mclntyre, Albany. 

Dolce far niente (Sweet idleness) ; 
serenata, by Lucius Hosmer [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [2324 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E417281; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Donna Brigida ; versi di T. Ferraz- 
zano, musica di Giuseppe Del Colle 
(of Italy, domiciled at New York.] 

[2325 
© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415877 ; Italian book co. inc., New 
York. 

Donna Filomena a bizzoca; versi di 
Ferrazzano, musica di G. Del Colle 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] 

[2326 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416892; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Don't forget the girlies when you're 
on the other side ; words and music 
by G. S. Smith [of U. S.] [2327 
© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 417103; Gretchen Schumm Smith, 
New York. 

Don't trust them ; from Flo-Flo, 
words by Fred de Gresac and Ed- 
ward Paulton, music bv Silvio Hein 
[of U. S.] [2328 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 415882; T. B: Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Don't you hear Uncle Sammie call- 
ing; patriotic song, words and music 
by A. P. Dawson [of U. S.] [2329 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417232 ; A. P. Dawson, Cin- 
cinnati. 



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Down the waggon way ; North-coun- 
try folk song, arr. by W. G. Whit- 
taker [of Great Britain] ; soprano 
1 & 2, and alto with piano ace. 
(Curwen's edition, no. 71509.) 

[2330 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420170; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Dream of happiness ;• by Stanley F. 
Widener [of U. S.], op. 56; piano. 

[2331 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417189; Theo. Pressor co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dreaming in the gloaming ; words by 

Chns. F. McNamara, music by F. 

Henri Klickmann [of U. S.] [2332 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918 ; E 41£989 ; Christian A. Grimm, 

• Chicago. 

Druids; by Marion Bauer [of U. S.], 
op. 10; piano. (Three impressions 
for the piano no. 2) [2333 

© Feb. 12, 1918; % c. Feb. 14, 
1918: E 415860; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Duchas FRiAs ; by Ignacio Cervantes 
[of Cuba] ; piano. [2334 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416863; Amparo Sanchez de Cer- 
vantes, Havana, Cuba. 

Dusk of night ; Russian part-song, by 
A. Arkhangelsky, Eng. adaptation 
by N. Lindsay Norden [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [2335 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417320; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on English adaptation] 

E'falluta la banca ; versi di S. Giunehi, 
musica di A. Montalto [of Italy] ; 
canto e mandoline [2336 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420223; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

E PLURiiHTS unum ; words and music 
by E. W. Ace [of U. S.] [2337 

© 1 c. Feb. 25. 1918: E 417427; 
Elmer W. Ace, Denver. 

East (The) Indian ; three-part song, 
words by Thomas Moore, music by 
G. Cotton Marshall [of IT. S.l ; wom- 
en's voices. 4to. [2338 
© Feb. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 28. 1918 ; 
E 422138; Boston music co., Boston. 

Easter lamb. See Gesius (Bartholo- 
meus) 



Easter (An) song (Chanson de Pa- 
ques) ; poem by Stuart Merrill, Eng- 
lish version by H. Cecil Cowdrey, 
music by Attilio Parelli [of Italy] ; 
high or medium voice. [2339 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417085; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York. 

Easter treasury no 23 ; ed by Karl 

K. Lorenz [of U. S.] 8vo. [2340 

© Jan. 31, 1918 : 2 c. and aff. Feb. 

23, 1918: A 491725: Lorenz pub. co.. 

Dayton, O. 

Eglantine ; etude mignonne by Ralph 
H. Bellairs, [of England] ; piano- 
forte. [2341 
© Feb. 1, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; 
E 420157 ; Elkin & co., London. 

En Avril; morceau de genre, par J. 
Sieulle [of France] ; orchestre avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [2342 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420093; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Ex barque, le soir : par Jacques Ibert 
[of France], pour harpe & peklales, 
no. 2. [2343 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 : 
E 420155; Augustin Gay, Vitry-le- 
Francois, France. 

England and victory ; battle march 
song, words and music by L. A. 
Briggs [of IT. S.]. arr. by P. B. 
Story [of IT. S.] [2344 

© Dec. 1. 1917; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918; 
E 422154: Llewellyn A. Briggs, Gre- 
nada B. W. I. 

Enived (The) system of rag-time: 
bv E. F. Devine [of IT. S.] ; piano. 

[2345 
© Feb. 8, 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 : 
E 417004; E. F. Devine, Chicago. 

Epilogue ; extrait de Kleis, suite sym- 
phonique de Gabriel Marie, tran- 
scription par Plans Ourdine, reduit 
pour orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. [2346 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420145; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Esquisse; par Georges Migot [of 

France] ; violon et piano. [2347 

© Jan. 12. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 

E 420138; Maurice Senart et cie. r 

Paris. 



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no. 3, 191S 



2366 



Even as the wind comes ; words by 
Edward Herman Pfeiffer, music by 
Einil Breitenfeld [of U. S.l ; low 
voice. [2348 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417187; Then. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Eventail (L' ) rouvert ; poesie de 
Georges Bontelleanx, musique de 
Jacques Larmanjat [of France], op. 
24. [2349 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420126 ; Societe anonyme des 
editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Every cloud is silver lined ; from 
Girl o' mine, words by Pbilip Bar- 
tliolomae, music by Frank Tours [of 
U. S.] [2350 

© Feb. 13. 1918; % c. Feb. 15, 
1918: E 417077; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Every star in our flag tells a 
story; words and music by F. B. 
Teeling [of U. S.]. arr. by Ernest L. 
Davis. [2351 

© Feb. 7. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 417269; Frederick B. Teeling, 
Bath, Me. 

Ea-erybody loves a soldier boy ; words 
and arr. by J. O. Van Stavoren [of 
U. S.L music by Wm. F. Clark [of 
U. S.] [2352 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 422129; 
Jos. O. Van Stavoren, Atlanta. 

words by J. E. Wall, music by 

Harris O'Farrell [of U. S.] [2353 
© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1918; E 415903; John E. Wall, 
Quincy, 111. 

Ev'ry day; words by W. R. Williams, 
music by Shelton Brooks [of U. S.] 

[2354 
© Feb. 9. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 417035 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Ev'i:y star in that flag for you ; 

words and music by W. P. Hershey 

[of U. S.] [2355 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417120; 

W. P. Hershey, Gateway, Ore. 
Exceeding great rejoicing. See 

Gesius (Bartholomeus) 

Exile (The) ; by F. B. King, arr. by 
Howard S. Bennet [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2356 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417409; 
Frederick Bunnell King, Bridgeport, 
Conn. 



Fairies (The) dream waltz; by G. E. 

Robinson [of U. S.] ; piano. [2357 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415921; 

George E. Robinson, Hill City, Minn. 

Fald, lette sno ; words and music by 
T. Reimestad [of U. S.] [2358 

© Dec. 10, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1918 ; 
E 417155; Theodor Reimestad, Min- 
neapolis. 

Fantaisie ; par Jacques Ibert [of 
France], pour harpe a pedales, no. 5. 

[2359 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420156; Augustin Gay, Vitry le 
Francois, France. 

Fantasy studies for the second year ; 
part 1, by Alic Rowley [of England!, 
op. 13, nos. 1-8; piano. (New Cen- 
tury edition, no. 31.) [2360 
© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
E 420276; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Fantoches mignons ; impromptu, de 
Th. Hirlemann, orchestre par Ad. 
Gauwin [of France] ; grand orch. 
avec piano-conducteur. 4to. [2361 
© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420084; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Farewell then, dear, till I call; 

words by A. Hermann, music by J. 

E. Andino [of U. S.] [2362 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1918; E 416950; 

Albert Hermann, Chicago. 

Farewell to fighting Sammy ; words 
and music by F. Templeton [of U. 
S.] [2363 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417223; Frank Templeton, To- 
ledo, O. 

Farfalline; concert etude, by Leo- 
nardo De Lorenzo [of U. S.], op. 22, 
no. 2; flute and piano. [2364 

© Dec. 26, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422177; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Father don't seem to grow older; 

words and melody by G. J. Bennett 

[of U. S.] [2365 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415922; 

George J. Bennett, Brooklyn. 

Feramors. See Rubinstein (A. G.) 

Ferrer (Monsita) Etude; by M. 
Ferrer [of U. S.l ; piano, in C. 

[2366 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 416948; 
Monsita Ferrer, New York. 



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Ferrer (Monsita) — Continued. 

Nocturno ; by M. Ferrer [of 

U. S.] ; piano, in E fiat minor. 

[2367 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 416946; 
Monsita Ferrer, New York. 

Ferryman Joe ; words by Rupert 
Hazell, music by David Richards 
[of London] [2368 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420239; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Figaro's wedding. See Mozart (W. A.) 
(W. A.) 

Fight (The) is on ; march two-step, 
by Carl D. Vandersloot, arr. by 
Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; full 
orch., 4to. [2369 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 e. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415986; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Fight on for liberty ; words by R. E. 
Perrine, music by H. Barr [of 
U. S.] [2370 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; E 415862 ; 
Harry Barr and Raymond E. Per- 
rine, Berryville, Va. 

Fighting (The) men; words by M. A. 
De Wolfe Howe, music by George W. 
Chadwick [of U. S.] ; march with 
chorus. [2371 

© Jan. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415817; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 

Flag (The) of liberty; words by K. 
Cruikshank, music by Robt. H. 
Brennen [of U. S.] [2372 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417238; Katherine Cruik- 
shank, Glendive, Mont. 

Flag of the day; words by M. W. 
Stryker [of U. S.], music by C. M. 
von Weber. [2373 

© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 416707; Melanathon Woolsey 
Stryker, Rome, N. Y. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter] 

Flag (The) that waves on high; 
words by G. Schott, music by 
Robt. H. Brennen [of U. S.] 

[2374 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417234 ; George Schott, Alex- 
andria, Ind. 
Flags of liberty ; hymn of the allies, 
by F. Guerrieri [of Italy, domiciled 
at Los Angeles] [2375 

© lc. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416997: 
Fulgenzio Guerrieri, Los Angeles. 



Flatterer (The) ; overture, by C. 

Corvers [of U. S.] 1 Orch. 2. Band. 

[2376, 2377 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. each Feb. 19, 

1918; E 415958, 415959; Fillmore 

bros. co., Cincinnati. 

Flirting with the painter; words 
and arr. by Mrs. B. S. Jones, music 
by L. A. Clark [of U. S.] [2378 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415931; 
Mrs. Ben S. Jones, Brackettville, 
Tex. 

Flower (The) that never dies; 
song in the production, The beauty 
spot, words by Valentine, music bv 
Jas. W. Tate [of England]. [2379 
© Feb. 6, 1918 : 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 420243; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Follow Old Glory ; march song, 
words and music by M. O. Sprinkle 
[of U. S.] [2380 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918: E 417087; Marie O. Sprinkle, 
Chevy Chase, Md. 

For America and liberty ; march, by 
Earl V. Moore [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[2381 
© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417162; University music 
house, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

P^or Christ and His kingdom ; words 
and music by Haldor Lillenas [of 
Norwav domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[2382 
© Oct. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E. 416953; Leroy J. Mitchell, Mt. 
Vernon, 111. 

For liberty ; words by Charles W. 

Gordon, music by K. G. French, arr. 

by T. T. Noble [of U. S.] 4to. (Cover 

• title; Liberty anthem) • [2383 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1918; E 417134; Katherine Gordon 

French, New York. 

For we are the boys of U. S. A. ; war 
march song, words and music by 
J. D. Jelita [of U. S.] [2384 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415985; Jozef Dziowgo 
Jelita, Yonkers, N. Y. 

For you and me ; words by Sidney 
Carter, music by Frank H. Grey [of 
U. S.] ; high voice in D. [2385 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416862; G. Schirmer. inc., New 
York. 



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2400 



Por-get-me-not ; vocal gavotte, words 
by Sidney Howe, music by Theodore 
Giese, arr. by Francis Ames [of 
r. S. | ; women's voices. (Laurel 
octavo no. 447.) [23S6 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1918; K 41.5910; C. C. Birchard & 
co.. Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Foxgloves. See Wayside flowers, op. 
105. 

Framat till segek ; valj i dag, ord och 
melodi af P. R. [i. e. Peter Ryden, 
of U. S.], rnusiken arrangerad af 
A. L. Skoog. 8vo. [2387 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
13, 1918; aff. Feb. 23, 1918; A 
491872; Peter Ryden, Cambridge. 
Minn. 

Francesca la cafoxa all' America; 
versi di T. Ferrazzano, musica di 
Alberto Rizzi [of Italy] ; canto e 
mandoline [2388 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420216 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Feed Heltman's rag ; by F. Heltman 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2389 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1918; E 417125; Fred Heltman co., 

Cleveland. 

Freedom: for all forever; by B. C. 
Hilliam, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in E flat. 
4to. [2390 

© Feb. 14. 1918: 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 ; E 417072 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

words and music by B. C. Hilliam 

[of Great Britain] [2391 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 ; E 420253 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

words and music by J. J. Berger, 

arr. by Robert Valentine Hains- 
worth [of U. S.] [2392 

© 1 c. Feb. 12,, 1918; E 415851; 
John Jacob Berger, Seattle. 

words by Edward F. Cogley, 

music by Wm. E. Bock [of U. S.] 

[2393 
© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417424; Pronto pub. co., 
Omaha. 

F.reischutz (Der) ; overture, by C. M. 
von Weber, arr. by Jul. Weiss [of 
U. S.l, ed. by W. F. Ambrosio ; violin 
solo and miscellaneous string com- 



Freischutz (Der) — Continued. 

binations with ad. lib parts for flute 
and cornet with piano ace. [2394 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417273; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Frolic of the kewpies ; scherzino, by 
C. C. Crammond [of U. S.], op. 94; 
piano. [2395 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417183; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Frolics and fancies ; five pieces for 
young players, by E. Markham Lee 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. Con- 
tents : — 1. Helter-skelter. — 2. The 
wonderful dream. — 3. The Hobgob- 
lins. — 4. Soft moonbeams. — 5. A 
merry dance. [2396 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 420175 ; Alfred Lengnick & co., Lon- 
don. 

From the Hudson to the Rhine; pa- 
triotic march, by J. Olivier [of Bel- 
gium, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano. [2397 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417272; 
Jean Olivier, New York. 

Gaily the chimes are ringing. See 
Gesius (Bartholomeus) 

Gates a.tar ; an Easter service by Ira 
B. Wilson [of U. S.] [2398 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 23, 1918; A 491721; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Gavotte; par Daniel Lamotte [of 
France] ; piano. (Vers la musique 
et pour nos jeunes, no. 3.) [2399 

© Oct. 17, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918 ; E 420112 ; Pax— Jacques Vuil- 
lemin, Nantes, France. 

Gesius (Bartholomeus) Four an- 
cient Easter chorales ; words by E. 
B. Melville, music by Bartholomeus 
Gesius, arr. by George West [of U. 
S.] ; quartets and choruses. 4to. Con- 
tents : — The Easter Lamb. — Praise 
be to God. — Exceeding great rejoic- 
ing. — Gaily the chimes are ringing. 

[2400 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 416937 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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Get him, me und Gott; words and 
music by G. S. Upson, arr. by Bert 
L. Fulton [of U. S.] [2401 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415978; 
Gertrude S. Upson, Waterbury, 
Conn. 

Gigtje; par Daniel Lamotte [of 
France] ; piano (Vers la inusique et 
pour nos jeunes no. 5.) [2402 

© Oct. 17, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918 ; E 420114 ; Pax— Jacques Vuil- 
lemin, Nantes, France. 

Giovialita ; valse di concerto, by Leon- 
ardo de Lorenzo, op. 15, transcrip- 
tion by Bruno Labate [of Italy do- 
miciled at Minneapolis] ; B flat 
clarinet and oboe with piano ace. 

[2403 

© Dec. 14. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1918; E 417295; Carl Fischer, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

transcription.] 

Gipsy (The) king; words and music 
by G. Sutheran [of Great Britain]. 

[2404 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 

E 420118 ; George Sutheran, London. 

Girl (The) I left behind; in Amer- 
ica, words and music by B. W. Gard- 
ner [of U. S.] [2405 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417256; Bertha Warner 
Gardner, Scottsburg, Ind. 

Girl o' mine ; from Girl o' mine, words 
by Philip Bartholomae, music by 
Frank Tours [of U. S.] [2406 

© Feb. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415982; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York. 

Girl of my heart ; from Girl of my 
heart, words by Arthur J. Lamb, 
music by Jules Chauvenet [of U. 
S.] [2407 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 416930; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Gitana; Spanish novelty, by Paul J. 

Lannin [of U. S.] ; piano. [2408 

© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 

E 415826 ; Artmusic, inc., New York. 

Glory of the cross ; Easter cantata 
for Sunday school and choir; text 
by Rev. R. J. Chrystie [and] E. S. 
Lorenz, music by E. S. Lorenz [of 
U. S.] 4to. [2409 

© Jan. 16, 1918;. 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
23, 1918 ; A 491726 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 



Gluck (Christoph Wilibald von) 
Iphigenia in Aulis ; overture, by Chr. 
W. Gluck, arr. by Jul. Weiss [of U. 
S.] ; violin solo and miscellaneous 
string combinations with ad lib parts 
for flute and cornet with piano ace. 

[2410 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417284; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

go and teach the kaiser how to 
sing the Marseillaise, then come 
marching home to me; words and 
music by Forrest E. Wilson [of U. 
S.] [2411 

© Feb. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1918 ; 
E 47105 ; Buckeye music pub. co., 
Columbus, O. 

GO FORTH, YOUR COUNTRY CALLS ; WOrdS 

by R. A. Murray, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2412 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417047; 
Ruth A. Murray, Farmer City, 111. 

Go, go, Rock Island ; marching to vic- 
tory, words and music by J. W. 
Casto [of U. S.] ; march and chorus. 
Rock Island, Associated student body. 

[2413 
© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417235 ; J. W. Casto, Rock Island. 
111. 

God be beside you; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Silberman, Grock 
and Meher [of England] ; in E flat. 

[2414 
© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 420280 ; L. Silberman & A. Grock, 
London, England. 

God bless the soldier boy ; words and 
music by W. E. Edmiaston [of U. S.] 

[2415 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415814; W. E. Edmiaston. Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

God bless you Sammy boy ; words and 
music by G. Marrack [of U. S.] San 
Francisco, Forbes pub. co. [2416 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1918 ; 
E 416956; Gertrude Marrack, San 
Francisco. 

Going to battle; words and arr. by 
Mrs. A. J. Wheeler, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. 
S.] [2417 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415932; 
Mrs. A.. J. Wheeler, Mayfield, Ky. 



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2435 



Golden (The) houk ; words by A. H. 

Bley, music by J. E. Andino [of U. 

S.] [241S 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; E 417069 ; A. 

H. Kiev. Graham, N. H. 

Golden (The) Syon ; a sacred can- 
tata, text by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by William Lester [of U. S.] 

T2419 

© Feb. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25. 1918 ; 

E 417433 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Good-rye boys ; words by M. A. Estep, 
music by E. S. s. Huntington [of U. 

S.J [2420 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415898; 
Minnie A. Estep, Pittsburgh. 

Good-bye mother ; words and arr. by 
Mrs. It. Younken, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud. <»f Ethel Fisher of U. 

S.l |2421 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415930; 
Mrs. Robert Younken. Broughton, 
Kan. 
Good-bye, mother, don't feel blue ; 
words by J. B. Pruett, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] ' [2422 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417052; 
John B. Pruett, Minneapolis. 

Good-bye my girl; by Margaret Mc- 
Kinney, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.] ; vocal orch., in F. 4to. [2423 
© Feb. 14. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 : E 417070. M. YVitmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arangement] 

Good-bye soldier boy ; words and air 
by L. M. Crockett, ace. by Arthur M. 
Knapp [of U. S.] [2424 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 415841; Lulu M. Crockett. Walla 
Walla, Wash. 

Good-bye William good-bye; words 
and music by Addison A. Dart and 
E. Auten [of U. S.] [2425 

© Mar. 1, 191S ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417687 ; Edward Auten, jr., Prince- 
ville. 111. 
Good morning Mr. Zip ; words and 
melody ascribed to Hogan, arr. by H. 
E. Hyde [of U. S.] [2425* 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415478; Herbert E. Hyde, 
Chicago. 

Good night beloved ; words and music 
by L. E. Rudisill [of U. S.], arr. by 
Harry Wilson. [2426 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417243; L. E. Rudisill, Little 
Switzerland, N. C. 



Grand (The) match; words by Moira 
Wynne [of Great Britain], Irish 
melody, arr. by C. V. Stanford [of 
England] ; in B-fiat. [2427 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 420230; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Grand (The) old U. S. A.; words and 
music by (). R. Moe [of U. S.] 

[2428 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 415904; 
Osborn R. Moe. Denver. 

Grandfather's clock ; by E. O. Schaaf 
[of U. S.], op. 4, no. 5; piano. 

[2429 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 422123; 
Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Great (The) rally song; words and 
music by Burt C. Weston [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Kaad bros. music pub. co. 

[2430 
© Feb. 11. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918 ; E 417003 ; B. C. Weston, Chi- 
cago. 

Green ; poem by Paul Verlaine, Eng- 
lish version by H. Cecil Cowdrey, 
music by Attilio Parelli [of Italy] ; 
high or medium voice. [2431 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417084; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Greenwich village ; from Oh lady 
lady, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[2432 
© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 415988; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Gretel ma nourrice ; souvenirs 
d' Alsace, poesie de Andre 1 Alexandre, 
musique de A. Chantrier [of 
France]. [2433 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420132; Societe anonyme des 
editions Recordi, Paris. 

Hail His triumph ; Easter service, 
words by Jennie Ree and others, 
music by Charles H. Gabriel and 
others [of U. S.] 8vo. [2434 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918 ; E 417419 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Hail to our Sammies ; words and 
music by J. S. Burris [of U. S.] 

[2435 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E. 416959; 
J. S. Burris, Kenton, O. 



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Halloween (A) episode; descriptive, 
by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[2436 
© Dec. 6, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 
E 417296 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Hammock song. See Wayside flowers 
op. 105. 

Hand (The) that was wounded foe 
me; words bv J. T. Price, music by 
James Gerald Dailey [of U. S.] 

[2437 
© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416869; James Thomas Price, 
Camden, Del. 

Hardi les jeunes ; marche par J. 
Sieulle [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [2438 

© Sept. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420089; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Hark ! ten thousand voices ; sacred 
duet, words by T. Kelley, music by 
Harry Rowe Shelley [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan sop. or ten. and baritone. [2439 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E Feb. 9, 
1918 ; 416915 ; Harold Flaramer, inc., 
New York. 

Hark ! the herald angels sing. 
See Tobani (Theo. M.) 

Harold; opera in four acts by J. D. 
Sapir [of U. S.] [2440 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; D 19820; 
Jacob D. Sapir, Philadelphia. 

Have you bought a liberty bond; 
words by Bernard Brodie, music by 
J. Carlton Podolyn [of U. S.] 

[2441 
© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918 ; E 416985 ; Shapiro & co., Phil- 
adelphia. 
Have you made a sacrifice ; words 
by E. M. Ayers, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2442 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417056; 
E. M. Ayers, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Haymakers (The). See Pastoral pic- 
tures. 

He fell in France; words and music 
by B. Torrey, arr. by Geo. Lowell 
Tracy [of U. S.] [2443 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417110; Bates Torrey, 
South Weymouth, Mass. 

He gave Himself for me; words and 
music by J. W. Van DeVenter [of 
U. S.l [2444 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416868; Judson W. Van De- 
Venter, St. Petersburg, Fla. 



He's the rube thats goin' to war; 
words and music by J. H. Rhodes 
sr. [of U. S.] [2445 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1918; E 417034; 
Julian Hall Rhodes sr., Somerville, 
N. J. 

He sleeps beneath the soil of 
France; words and music by T. 
Taylor [of U. S.] [2446 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417166; Tell Taylor, Chi- 
cago. 

Hear the Sammies coming ; military 

march, by P. Satriano [of U. S.] ; 

band. [2447 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 417104; 

Pietro Satriano, Denver. 

Hearts across the sea ; waltz, by 
C. L. Woolsey [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2448 
© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415867; Calvin Lee Woolsey, 
Camp Kearny, Cal. 

Helene; by A. Magnuson [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2449 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417172; 

Arvid Magnuson, Highland Park, 111. 

Hello, Central — baby's got a tooth; 
I want daddy over there, words and 
melody by J. M. Reilly [of U. S.] 

[2450 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 415872; 

James M. Reilly, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

Help our boys on to Berlin ; words 
by John L. Chapman, music by H. S. 
Johnson [of U. S.] [2451 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417415; 
Harold Sherwood Johnson, New 
York. 

Helter-skelter. See Frolics and 
fancies. 

Herbert's waltz ; by Nathan Sacks 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2452 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 

E 415734; Thiebes piano co., St 

Louis. 

Here comes the flag ; words by 
Arthur Macy, music by George W. 
Chad wick [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [2453 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415911; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 

Hick-up blues ; fox trot, by R. O. 

Erlebach [of U. S.] ; piano. [2454 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417211; 

Rudolph O. Erlebach, Woodcliff, 

N. J. 



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Hillbilly Reuben; words and music 
by F. W. Bourgoin [of U. S.]. arr. 
by Charleta Bourgoin Todd [of U. S.l 

[2455 
© 1 c. Feb. 1G, 1918; E 415916; 
Francis W. Bourgoin, St. Louis. 

His last letter to his last aunt; 
words by F. McGuire, music by 
Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] [2456 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918: E 417215: F. McGuire, Re- 
gina, Canada. 

Hobgoblins (The). See Frolics and 
fancies. 

Home beloved to me ; song; by A. Era- 
mett Adams, arr. by Henri Jaxon 
[of England] ; orchestral parts in 
kev of F. 4to. (Melodia, no. 17.) 

[2457 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420192; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Home (The) song; melody by Gsert- 
ner, music by Fritz Kreisler, arr. by 
M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; orch. low 
voice in C. 4to. [2458 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
E 417282; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hope forlorn ; words and music by 
Arthur F. Fuller [of U. S.] [2459 
© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 417454; Anchor pub. co., Los An- 
geles. 

Hot-foot; one-step and buck dance in 
stop time, by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 
piano solo, xylophone solo ad lib. 

[2460 
© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422183; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hour (The) of prayer; words by 
Charlotte Elliot, music by Walter 
Howe Jones [of U. S.] [2461 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417176: Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Humid seal of soft affection ; by E. 

O. Schaaf [of U. S.l, op. 3, no. 3; 

piano. [2462 

© 1 c. Feb. 28. 1918; E 422122; 

Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Humoresque ; by Nathan Sacks [of U. 

S.] ; piano. [2463 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 

E 415732; Thiebes piano co.. St. 

Louis. 



Hungabiana march; by M. L. Lake 

[of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [2464 

© Oct. 4, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918; 

E 417302; Carl Fischer, New York. 

military band, 4to. [2465 

© Dec. 6, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1918 ; 
E 417316; Carl Fischer, New York. 
Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hunting the hun; words by Howard 
E. Rogers, music by Archie Gottler 
[of U. S.] [2466 

© Feb. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 416918 ; Kalmar Puck & Abrahams 
cons., inc., mus. publishers, New 
York. 

Hurrah for the liberty boys, hur- 
rah ; America's patriotic march 
sons:, words and music by E. T. Paull 
[of U. S.] New York, E. T. Paull 
music co. [2467 

© Feb. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 417033; Edward T. Paull, New 
York. 

Hurrah ! for the U. S. A. ; march 
song, words and music by I. P. 
Guard [of U. S.] [2468 

© 1 c. Feb. 1918; E 422136; In- 
dependence Palmer Guard, New 
York. 

Hurrah the Columbians are coming ; 

words by G. H. W. Cloud, music bv 

Walter Lewis [of U. S.] [2469 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417435; 

George H. W. Cloud, Coatesville, Pa. 

Hurray U. S. A. ; words and music by 

G. H. Wilson [of U. S.] Waco, Tex., 

Western pub. co. [2470 

© Feb. 15. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417213; G. Hoag Wilson, 

Waco, Tex. 
Hurry up ; galop, words by C. C. 

Crammond [of U. S.], op. 95; piano. 

[2471 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417182; Theo. Presser co.. 

Philadelphia. 
Hltkry up be quick; rag by Raoul 

Moretti [of France] ; paino. Geneve, 

J. Montfort. [2472 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 

E 420152; Raoul Moretti, Geneve, 

Switzerland. 
Hush, for amid our tears ; hymn for 

a memorial service, words by Mary 

Bradford Whiting, music by C. 

Hubert H. Parry [of England]. 

12 mo . (Novello's parish choir book. 

no. 949). [2473 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 

E 420163 ; Novello & co., London. 



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Hymn (A) to Ameeica; words by 
E. T. Curran rof U. S.], music from 
the old Schleswig air O tannen- 
baum. [2474 

© Apr. 28. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
B 417452; E. T. Curran, Detroit. 
[Copyright is claimed on words.] 

Hymn to new Russia ; words by 
David Stevens, music by Alexander 
Gretehaninoff an*, by Wassilji 
Lenieff [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [2475 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415912 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Hymns for male voices ; selected from 
the Christian science hymnal. 32 
mo. [247G 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
Mar. 7, 1918; A 491982; Christian 
science pub. soc, Boston. 

I am lonely for you; trench song, 
words and music by H. T. Stanton 
[of U. S.] [2477 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23. 
1918; E 417449; Harry T. Stanton, 
St. Louis. 

1 am longing for the sunshine of 
my Colorado home ; words by Rob- 
ert Holcombe Gates, music by Ed- 
mund Braham [of Great Britain 
domiciled at Chicago] [2478 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417259; 
Frances-Clifford music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

I am seeking you ; words by Fred. W. 
Leigh, music by John Ashton [of 
England] [2479 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 420255 ; E. Osborne & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. 

I AM WAITING FOR THE MESSAGE OF 

the rose; words by David Berg, 
music by Abe Olman [of U. S.] 

[2480 
© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11. 1918 ; 
E 416991 ; Forster music publisher, 
inc.. Chicago. 

I CLEAN THEM OUT MIT-KULTUR-KRAUT ; 

words by Lloyd Odend'hal, music by 
Duke E. Ree [of U. S.] [2481 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415818; Lloyd Odend'hal, Balti- 
more. 



I couldn't go to Ireland so Ireland 
came to me; words by Lou Klein 
music by H. Von Tilzer [of U. S.] 

[2482 
© Mar. 11. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1918; E 417691; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

I don't care a da mm says your old 
Uncle Sam ; words and music by 
H. C. Sanxay [of U. S.] [2483 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417440; 
Henry Campbell Sanxay, Vallejo, 
Cal. 

I hail from Cairo ; from Sinbad with 
Al. Jolson, words by Harold Atter- 
ridge. music by Sigmund Romberg 
[of IT. S.] [2484 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417129; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

I HAVE A SWEETHEART, I LOVE HER SO ; 

words by J. Hooyman, music by 
John Allen Cooke [of U. S.] [2485 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415889; 
Johanna Hooyman, Passaic, N. J. 

I like A c'hup of co'hocoa ; words and 
music by J. P. Long and Terry Sulli- 
van [of England]. [2486 
© Feb. 18. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918 ; E 420273 ; Star music pub. co., 
London. 

I like it (J'aime ca) ; ragtime par E. 
Sutter [of France] : grand orch. 
avec. piano-eonducteur. 4to. [2487 
© Sept. 25. 1917: 1 c. Jan. 30. 
191 S: E 420085; Hackette & cie., 
Paris. 

I like the boys ; from Follow the 
girl, words by Henry M. Blossom, 
music by Zoel Parenteau [of U. S.] 

[24S8 

© Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1918; E 4158S4; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I'll meet you over there; words by 
E. Fetter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2489 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417046: 
Elwood Fetter, Lewisburg, Pa. 

I love a flower ( Io amo un fiore) ; 
English version by Edith Sanford, 
traduccion Italiano por B. Zen- 
rlrini, music by Vicente Scaramuzza 
[of Italy] : high voice in E maj. 

[2490 
© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 420235; Bryant music co., 
New York. 



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2510 



T love the American flag; words and 
music by J. A. Seablom Tot' U. S.] ; 
male quartet. 4to. [2401 

© Oct 20, 1017 ; 2 c. Feb. 4. 1018 : 
E 4168S0: J. Albanus Seablom. 
Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 
new matter] 

I love thee: words by Thomas Hood, 
music by Edmund Severn [of U. S.] ; 
1. High voice. 2. Low voice. 

[2402, 2403 
© Feb. 20. 1018 : 2 c. each Feb. 20, 
1018; E 417204,- 417205: Tbeo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 

I LOVE TO DREAM OF THEE DEAR HEART ; 

by Frank A. Davis [of U. S.'J 

[2404 
© Feb. 26, 1018; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
101S ; E 422140 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

I love yolt truly ; bv Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond, arr. by H. F. Odell [of U. S.] 
1. Maud. orch. with piano ace. 2. 
Arr. by Zarh Myron Bickford [of 
U. S.] ; mand., duo ukulele solo and 
aec. steel suit, solo and ace. 

[2405, 2408 

© Dec. 14, 1017 ; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 

1018; E 417303, 417304; Carl 

Fischer, New .York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 

six saxophones with organ or piano 
ace. 4to. [2407 

© Feb. 13, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1018: E 422156; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

I'm a devil with the ladies ; words 
and music by Carl Muller and Vin 
Plunkett [of U. S.] [2408 

© Feb. 14, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1018: E 417138; David W. Cooper, 
Boston. 

I'm coming back to the U. S. A. and 

you ; words and melody by P. West 

[of U. S.] [2400 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1018; E 422134; 

Pauline West, New Orleans. 

I'm Cuthbert ; words by Arthur An- 
derson, music by Jas. W. Tate [of 
England]. [2500 

© Feb. 6, 1018 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1018 ; 
E 420244; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 
I'm going back to dear old Indiana; 
words by W. T. Hunter, music bv 
J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [2501 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1018; E 417067; 
W. T. Hunter, Hammond, Ind. 



I'm going to kill you with love; 
words and music by William B. 
Friedlander [of U. S.] [2502 

© Feb. 15. 1018; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1018: E 417004; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

I'm longing for a loving man; words 

by P. H. Gushing, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2503 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1018; E 417240; 

P. H. Cushing, Clarksdale, Mo. 

I'm old enough for a little lovin' ; 
intro : When the animals are gone, 
fox trot, by Will E. Skidmore and 
Malvin Franklin, arr. by Dave Kap- 
lan [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2504. 
© Feb. 28, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1018; E 422126; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

I'm over here — you're over there; 
words by Lew Brown and Al. Har- 
riman, music by Jack Egan [of 
U. S.] [2505 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1018; E 415857; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

I'm proud to serve the land that 
gave me birth ; words by C. Davis, 
music by Sam Brobst [of U. S.] 

[2506 
© Feb. 6. 1018 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1018 ; 
E 416005 ; Cliff Davis, Pittsburgh. 

I NEVER KNEW HOW MUCH I LOVED MY 
SOLDIER BOY UNTIL HE MARCHED 

away' ; words and music bv Leon 
P. Rundell [of U. S.] [2507 

© Feb. 2, 1018 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1018 ; 
E 416087; C. Frederick Lashier, 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

I want a Dixie tune ; words and 
music by C. A. Pfeiffer [of U. S.] 

[250S 
© Feb. 7, 1018 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1018 ; 
E 416033; C. Arthur Pfeiffer, 
Quincy, 111. 

I want a husband ; words by Arthur 
J. Lamb, music by Charles Previn 
[of U. S.] [2500 

© Feb. 15, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1018; E 417001; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

I WANT A LOCK OF YOUR DARK BROWN 

hair ; words by F. E. Hiegel, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2510 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1018; E 417060; 

Florence E. Hiegel, San Diego, Cal. 



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I WANT SOME ONE TO LOVE ME WHEN 

I'm old and geay ; words and music 
by H. L. Smith [of U. S.] New York. 
A. P. Wilcox. [2511 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1918 ; 
E 416390; H. Lyon Smith, New 
York. 

I WANT TO GO TO SEE MY SWEETHEART ; 

words by L. Y r ounkin, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2512 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416961; 
Lily Younkin, Broughton, Kan. 

I WILL KNIT A SUIT 0' DREAMS ; from 

Toot toot, words by Berton Braley, 
music by Jerome Kern [of IT. S.] 

[2513 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918; E 415835; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

I WILL SEE HER SOME SWEET DAY ; 

words by Mrs. B. A. Houston, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2514 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417061; 
Mrs. B. A. Houston, Widener, Ark. 
Ideal collection of famous cornet 
solos ; by various composers, com- 
piled and rev. by Edwin Franko 
Goldman [of U. S.] ; cornet and 
piano. [2515 

© Dec. 12, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417317; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
Idle dreams; by Herbert Ralph Ward 
[of II. S.], op. 38, no. 2; piano. 

[2516 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417191; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

If everybody'd try to wish the other 

fellow well; words and music by 

D. A. Smith, arr. by Allen D. Rowe 

[of U. S.] [2517 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 415824; 

Daniel Angus Smith, Stockton, Cal. 

If I could fly ; words by E. C. R., 

music by Claude Warford [of U. S.] 

[2518 
© Feb. 27, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422131; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 
If I were king (Si j'etais roi) ; over- 
ture, by Ad. Adam, arr. by Jul. 
Weiss [of U. S.], ed. by W. F. 
Ambrosio; violin solo and miscel- 
laneous string combinations with ad 
lib parts for flute and cornet with 
piano ace. [2519 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417274; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



If only those dreams were true; 
words by H. L. R. Elliott, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2520 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417054; 
Harry Le Roy Elliott, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 

If you had all the world and its 
gold; by A. Piantadosi, arr. by Les- 
ter Brockton [of U. S.] ; six saxo- 
phones with organ or piano ace. 
4to. [2521 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 422165; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

If you only care enough ; from Toot 
toot, words by Berton Braley, music 

. by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [2522 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 2,5, 
1918; E 415836; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Illusion waltz ; intro : La donna mo- 
bile from Riggoletto, by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] [2523 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417199; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 

In a month or two; words by Ren- 
nold Wolf, music by Louis A. Hirsch 
[of IT. S.] [2524 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 ; E 417021 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

In eretz Yisroel; from the Chasinte, 
words by Bores Thomashefsky, 
music by J. M. Rumshisky [of 
U. S.] [2525 

© Jan. 18. 1918; 2, c. Feb. 16, 
1918; E 417150; Hebrew pub. co., 
New York. 

In exchange; words by Edith San- 
ford Tillotson, music bv Arthur Gay 
[of U. S.] [2526 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 416925; Bryant music co.. 
New York. 

In lotus land; by Aubrey Brittain 

[of Great Britain] ; piano. [2527 

© Jan. 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 

E 420189; Joseph Williams, ltd., 

London. 

In Ohio; by N. Bauer, arr. by A. C. 
Buschle [of U. S.] ; orch., 4to. 

[2528 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 

1918; E 415945; Nicholas A. Bauer, 

Tipton, Ind. [Copyright is claimed 

on orchestration] 



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2545 



In the dim firelight; words and 
music by Edna Vannest Kruil [of 
U. S.] [2529 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417258; C. L. Barnhonse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

In the end of the Sabbath; words 
from Mathew XXVII: 1-6; music 
by Oley Speaks [of U. S.l ; high in 
G. minor. [2530 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415979; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

In the grotto; by K. S. Stoughton [of 
U. S.] : org-, obi. 8vo. (In Sea 
sketches for organ) [2531 

© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 e. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417325; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Jn the meadow. See Wayside flowers, 
op. 105. 

In the valley of the Rhone love's 
faded flower; words and arr. by 
S. Pack, music by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 

[2532 

© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1918; E 415926; 

Sylvester Pack, Whitesville, W. Va. 

In no dei figli d'Italia ; parole del V. 
E. Cinquegrana, musica del Gabriele 
D'Alessio [of Italy domiciled at 
Thornton R. I.] Providence, R. I. 
Paolilli's music store. [2533 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 417154 ; Antonio Paolilli, Provi- 
dence. 

Inspiration ; words and music by N. 

Heiser [of Germany domiciled at 

East Orange, N. J.] [2534 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417118; 

Nicol Heiser, East Orange, N. J. 

International banjo method ; by W. 
0. Stahl [of U. S.] ; banjo, in*C. 

[2535 

© Mar. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 

E 417690 ; Wra. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

Iphigenia in Aulis. See Gluck (C. W. 

von ) 
Irish (The) are on their way; 

words by J. King, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2536 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417048; 

Joe King, Phoenixville, Pa. 

Irish (The) volunteer; war march 
song, words and music by P. F. 
Bowe [of U. S.] [2537 

© Feb. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417115; Patrick F. Bowe, 
Waterbury. Conn. 



It came upon the midnight clear. 
See Tobani (Theo. M.) 

It must have been some wonderful 
boy who taught her how to love, 
words and music by William Tracev, 
and Jack Stern [of U. S.] [2538 

© Jan. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 416942; Douglas & Newman mu- 
sic co., New York. 

It's a hard, hard world ; from Oh ! 
lady, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[2539 
© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 417032; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

It's a hard job to lick the Kaiser; 
1st verse anon., 2d verse by R. 
Sheeler Campbell, music by W. F. 
Lintt [of U. S.] [2540 

© Feb. 4, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918; 
E 417262; William F. Lintt, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 

It's a long, long way to old Broadway 
when you're coming from Berlin ; 
words by Southland P. Whiting, 
music by J. H. Riggs, arr. by Stew- 
art Dulaney [of U. S.] [2541 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 415829; 
John H. Riggs, Des Moines. 

It's a long way back to the U. S. A. ; 

words by J. I. Snyder, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2542 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E 416911; 

Justina I. Snyder, Morrison, 111. 

It's a long way down Broadway ; 
words by C. B. Thompson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2543 
© I.e. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416958; 
Chas. B. Thompson, Proctorsville, 
Vt. 

It's not the things you've got; from 
the production Pamela, words by 
Arthur Wimperis, music by Frederic 
Norton [of England] [2544 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420252 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

It's the lovingest way; words by 
Dorothea Childs and M. DeG. Graff, 
music by M. DeG. Graff [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, CaL, L. A. high school 
nnd junior college. [2545 

© Jan. 30, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1918 ; E 415870 ; Mrs. M. DeG. Graff, 
Los Angeles. 



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It's the way you put them on, it 
isn't the coat that does it ; from 
the production Pamela, words by 
Arthur Wimperis, music by Fred- 
eric Norton [of England] [2546 

© Feb. 2 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420249; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

It's time to get the spirit our great 
gran-dad-dys had ; words and music 
by L. Sprankl- [of U. S.]. arr. by 
Floyd Rodrick [of U. S.] Cleveland, 
O., Supreme music co. [2547 

© Feb. 8, 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415863; Lee Sprankle & Wm. 
Wodrich, Cleveland. 

It's you, gal ; words by E. L. Kirsch, 

music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [2548 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416975; 

Emil L. Kirsch, Chicago. 

It was to be; words by Harold J. 
Williams, music by H. J. Williams 
and Hugo Hamlin [of U. S.] Worces- 
ter, Mass. H. J. Williams. [2549 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417209 ; Katherine E. Mara, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Italiani ( Gl' ) a Tripoli ; marcia mili- 

tare, by Angelo Geluso [of U. S.] ; 

mand. and guit. 4to. [2549* 

© Oct. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1917 ; 

E 416300 ; O. Di Bella, New York. 

Ivresse d'amour ; melodie by C. Kapel- 

ler [of Germany] ; reed and brass 

band. 4to. [2550 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 

E 420205 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Jane ; words and music hy E. Robbins 
[of U. S.] Detroit, Wolverine music 
co. [2551 

© Feb. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 18. 1918 ; 
E 417126 ; Emma Robbins, Plymouth, 
Mich. 

Je ne veux que des fleurs ; melodie 
de A. Barbirolli, arr. par Ad. Gau- 
win [of France] ; orchestre avec 
piano conducteur. [2552 

© Sept. 25, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 420095 ; Hachette & cie, Paris. 

Jealous moon ; words by Harry D. 

Kerr, music by J. S. Zamecnik [of 

U. S.] [2553 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416927; 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 



Jealousy; words by Cynthia Hume, 
music by Glen Oldham [of Eng- 
land]. [2554 
© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420195; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Jerusalem the golden ; words an old 
hymn, music by John Prindle Scott 
[of U. S.] ; high in G. [2555 

© Feb. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1918 ; 
E 417143; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

Jesus, you are all flame and fire 
( Jesu, vous etes tout feu et flamme) ; 
French and Eng. versions by Ed- 
ward Bliss Reed, music by Nicho- 

, las Saboly, har. by David Stan- 
ley Smith [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
piano ace, 4to. (In Provencal carols 
no. 9) [2556 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 415956 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion] 

Jock ; words and music by Edgar 

Pinchot Crissman [of U. S.] [2557 

© Feb. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9. 1918 ; 

E 415822 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 

York. 

John Bull ; march by Kenneth S. 
Glover [of England] ; reed and brass 
band. 4to. [2558 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 
E 420207 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

John Bull's farm ; from the produc- 
tion Pamela, words by Arthur Wim- 
peris, music by Frederic Norton [of 
England]. [2559 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420250 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Joy (The) of life; words by Pearl 
Mackenzie Kennedy, music by Grant 
Colfax Tullar [of U. S.] [2560 

© Jan. 8, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 417102; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 

Joy to the world. See Tobani (Theo. 
M.) 

Joyful tale ; by Herbert Ralph Ward 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2561 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417193; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
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2579 



Jubilate; words Biblical, music by H. 
Gregory Hast [of England] ; mixed 
voices and organ. 4to. (Modern 
church services, no. 212.) [2562 

© Dec. 28, 1917 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420228: Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Judgment (The) day; a negro revival 
song, words and music bv Hamilton 
Reynolds [of U. S.] [2563 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417252; 
H. E. Reynolds, New York. 

Jus a ltl bunch o' clay; words and 

music by Hamilton Reynolds [of U. 

S.] [2564 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918: E 417253; 

H. E. Reynolds, New York. 

Just a cloud ; words by Amy Ashmore 
Clark, music by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.] [2565 

© Feb. 14. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 417022 : M. WitmarK & sons. New 
York. 

Just a-weakyin* for you ; by Carrie 
Jacobs-Bond, arr. by M. L. Lake [of 
U. S.] ; six saxophones with organ 
or piano ace. 4to. [2566 

© Feb. 13. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1918 ; 
E 422159; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 

Just abound the cobneb ; by A. L. 

Stewart [of U. S.] ; piano. [2567 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; E 416905 ; A. 
Lambert Stewart, New York. 

Just one little smile ; words by Ray 
Egan, music bv Burnette Wilkie [of 
U. S.I [2568 

© Feb. 25. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1918 ; 
E 417418 : Ted Browne music CO., 
Chicago. 

J EST TO SEE THE LOVELIGHT BEAMING; 

words and music by Carnecchia [of 
U. S.] [2569 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417124; 
Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. 

Justine .Johnstone rag; from Over 
the top, words by Charles J. Man- 
ning, music by Sigmund Romberg, 
Herman Timberg and Frank Carter 
[of U. S.] [2570 

© Feb. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1918 ; 
E 417443 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



Kabed es owicho; from the Chasintc, 
words by Bores Thomashefsky, 
music bv J. M. Rumshisky [of "0. 
S.]. [2571 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1918: E 41.7145; Hebrew pub. co.. 
New York. 

Kaiser Btll; a war song, words and 
music bv J. I. Taylor [of U. S.] 

[2572 
© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
191S; E 417167; Jas. Irvin Taylor, 
Dormont, Pa. 

words and music 1 bv B. L. Bur- 

hans [of U. S.] [2573 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416920; 
Burton Leon Burbans. Petersburg, 
Ya. 

Kaiser's (The) got the blues since 
Uncle Sam stepped in ; original jazz 
fox-trot, by F. D. Waldron [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [2574 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918: E 417426; F. D. Waldron, 
Tacoma. 

Kaiser (The) will be wiser when 
we reach Berlin ; words by Charles 
Capehart, music bv R. A. Inch [of 
U. S.] [2575 

© Feb. 2. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415799; Robert A. Inch, New 
York. 

Keep the home-fires bright ; words 
and music by R. L. Fletcher [of 
U. S.] [2576 

© Feb. 26. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918 ; E 422133 ; Robert Lowe Fletch- 
er, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Keep the prayer line clear; words 
bv Lizzie DeArrnond, music by J. 
H. Gates [of U. S.] [2577 

© Oct. 8, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 417028; James M. Black, Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 

Keep your eye on the old back seat ; 
words by W. W. Hall, music by 
Spencer Williams [of U. S.], arr. by 
T. Russel Robinson [of U. S.] [2578 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 415805; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

Keep your head down allemand 
Fritzi boy ; words and music by 
Gitz Rice [of Canada] [2579 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417450; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



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Khaki (The) boy; war song and 
march, words by E. K. Greenlaw, 
music by G. Scott [of U. S.] New 
Orleans, L. Grunewald co., inc. [2580 
© Dec. 30, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1918 ; 
E 415906; Edward R. Greenlaw & 
Gilfillan Scott, New Orleans. 

Kismet waltz ; by Gustav Leon [of 

England] ; piano. [2581 

© Apr. 11, 1912; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1918; E 420160; Allan & co., prop., 

Melbourne, Australia. 

KlSS ME GOOD-BYE SWEETHEAKT J WOrdS 

and music by M. Zellefrow [of U. 
S.] [2582 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415974; 
Margery Zellefrow, New Kensington, 
Pa. 

Knitting; trio, words and music by 
Muriel Bruce and Baron Aliotti, arr. 
by Clarence Lucas [of U. S.] ; fe- 
male voices. 4to. [2583 
© Feb. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1918 ; 
E 415902; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Land oe liberty ; slow vals, words by 
E. A. Bowman, music by A. L. 
Gardey [of U. S.] [2584 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 e. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416853 ; E. A. Bowman, Cleveland, 
O. 

Land of our hearts; words by John 
Hall Ingham, music by George White- 
field Chadwick [of U. S.] ; chorus 
mixed voices. 4to. [2585 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918 ; 
E 416938 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Land of the free, home of the brave ; 
Uncle Sam you have said it; words 
and music by R. Childs [of U. S.], 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.l 

T2586 
i© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 422128; 
Russell Childs, Bronx, New York. 

Last greeting ; by Ernesto Balsano 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2587 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; E 415834; 

Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 

Lalrters (Les) ; paroles de Georges 
Boutelleau, musique de Larmanjat 
I of France] ; chant et piano. [2588 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420125; Soeiete anonyme des edi- 
tions Recordi, Paris. 



Led by the Red, White and Blue; 
words by E. Jensen, music by H. G. 
Gerrish [of U. S.] Seattle, Wash., 
Craig music press. [2589 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417240; Edward Jensen, 
Seattle. 

Let everybody sing and shout; 
words by Habington, arr. of music 
by J. B. Herbert [of U. S.] [2590 
i© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415812; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Let loyalty and peace be our theme 
forever ; words by M. E. Green, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

' U. S.] [2591 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417055; 
Mary E. Green, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Let's make it Berlin ; words by F. A. 
Wiggers, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S,J [2592 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416971; 
Fred. A. Wiggers, Baltimore. 

Let's not forget our Sammy boys ; 
words by Mrs. A. Judah, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2593 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416970; 
Mrs. A. Judah, Rosedale, Kan. 

Lettera d' 'o fronte ; versi e musica 
di Gennaro Camerlingo [of Italy]. 

[2594 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420220; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

Liberty ; words and music by P. Y. 

Kellogg [of U. S.] [2595 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417448; 

Pearl Yeamans Kellogg. Geraldine, 

Mont. 

Liberty forever (Persempre liberta) ; 
Eng. version by Frederick H. Mar- 
tens, music by Enrico Caruso and 
Yincenzo Bellezza [of Italy domi- 
ciled at New York] [2596 
© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918: E 415981; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Liberty lads ; American triumphal 
march, by Lee Orean Smith [of U. 
S.] ; orch. 4to. [2597 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1918; E 415865; Leo Feist inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Light cavalry (Lcichte kavallerie) ; 
overture, by Fr. v. Suppo, arr. by 
W. F. Ambrosio [of U. K|; violin 
solo and miscellaneous string combi- 
nations with ad lib parts for flute 
and cornet witb piano ace. [2598 
© Dec. 20. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
3918; E 4172SG; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement j 

Lights out; march and two-step, by 
Earl E. McCoy, arr. by H. F. Odell 
[of U. S.] ; full mand. orch. [2599 
© Dec. 12, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 43729S; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Sec Wayside flowers, 



Lilacs in bloom. 
op. 103. 

List, the glist'ning angel; carol-an- 
them for Easter, words and music 
by J. Sebastian Matthews [of U. S.l ; 
mixed voices, org. ace, 4to. [2600 
© Feb. 21, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417442; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

List to the lark ; words by Albert R. 
Ledoux, music by Clarence Dickin- 
son [of U. S.] ; organ, mixed voices. 
4to. [2G01 

© Feb. 14, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 1G, 
1918; E 415905; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Little (A) bit o' honey; by Carrie 
Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Zarh Myron 
Bickford [of U. S.] ; mand. duo, 
ukulele solo, and ace. steel guit. 
solo and ace. [2G02 

© Dec. 14, 1917; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
1918; E 41730S; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Little (A) bit of honey; by Carrie 
' Jacobs-Bond [of U. S.J, arr. by M. 
L. Lake [of U. S.l ; six saxophones 
with organ or piano ace. 4to. 

[2G03 

© Feb. 13. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 27, 

1918; E 4221G1; Carl Fischer, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

transcription] 

Little fantasia on Aloha oe; by 
Arthur Heft (of U. S.], op. 115; vio- 
lin and piano. New York, Carl 
Ha user music house. [2G04 

© Feb. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 191S; 
E 417160; G. H. Schuster music co., 
Salt Lake City. 



Little girls ; one step, by L. Lempers 
[of France] ; orchostre avec piuno 
conducteur. 4to. [2605 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. P>0, 
191S; E 420092; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Little mischief; waltz, by S. Rona 
[of U. S. 1 ; piano. Minneapolis. 
Peter R. Mel in. [260G 

© Jan. 29, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
191 S; E 417079; Signa Rona, Minne- 
apolis. 

Ltttle miss melody ; valse on melodies 
from The boy, music by Lionel 
Monckton and Howard Talbot, se- 
lected and arr. by H. M. Higgs |of 
Great Britain] ; full orch. 4to. |20O7 

© Jan. 31, 191S ; 1 c. Feb. IS. 191S ; 
E 420264; Chapped & company, ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Little (A) sunbeam; waltz song, 
words and music by A. R. Kremei* 
[of U. S.] Alexandria, Neb., Kremer 
music pub. co. [2G08 

© Feb. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, IMS ; 
E 417257; Arthur R. Kremer, Alex- 
andria, Neb. 

Lonely; words by Clifford Seyler, 
music by Jack Foulds [of Great 
Britain]. [2G0i> 

© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 1 c. ^eb. 15, 191 S ; 
E 420262 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Look out for Mr. Jim Jam Jems; 
words by Ballard Macdonald, music 
by Harry Piaui [of U. S.l. arr. by 
Eugene Platzmanu [of U. S.] [2610 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E 416S99; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Look pleasant; words by Ballard 
Macdonald, music by Harry Pianl 
[of U. S.]. arr. by Eugene Plat/.- 
mann [of U. S.] [2611 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E 416S95; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Looking glass ; words by Ballard Mac- 
donald, music by Harry Pianl |of IT. 
S.J, arr. by Eugene Platzmanu |of 
U. S.] |2612 

© 1 c. Feb. S, 191S; E 416S9S; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 



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Lou of Louistan'; worcs and music 

by W. W. Hall [of U. S.j, arr. by 

Jean Walz [of U. S.l [2013 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, IMS; E 41G91G; 

Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

Love an American gtrlte; words by 
M. Griffin, music by Victor Sehert- 
zinger [of U. S.] Los Angeles, Shir- 
ley music pub. co. [2G14 
© Feb. 10, 1 918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1018 ; 
E 415992; Merle Dewey Grillin, 
Huntington Park, Cal. 

Love and life; words by Frank IT. 
Sweet, music by Nicholas De Yore 
[of U. S.] [2013 

© Feb. 14, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 191 S ; 
E 410924; Bryant music co., New 
York. 

Love at noontide. Sec Pastoral pic- 
tures. 

Love comes stealing; from Fancy 
free, words and music by Augustus 
Barratt [of U. S.l [2G1G 

© Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1918; E 417074; G. Schirmer inc., 
New York. 

Love ts tmmortal ; song, by E. Carr 

Hardy [of England 1 ; arr. for reel 

and brass band. 4to. [2017 

© Jan. 14. 191S; 1 c. Feb. 5, 191S; 

E 420202 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Love ts just a fatry tale; from Girl 
o' mine, words by Philip Barlholo- 
mae, music by Frank Tours [of U. 
S.] [2G1S 

© Feb. 9, 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 12, 191S ; 
E 415S4G ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Love of "Russian freedom; waltz, by 
K. Chosed [of Russia] ; piano. New 
York, S. Schenker. [2019 

© Feb. 18. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 415991; K. Chosed, New 
York. 

Love wtll call you home; words by 
Edward Teschemacber, music by 
Bayly Ransom [of Great Britainl ; 
no. 2 in E flat. [2020 

© Feb. 1. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 2, 191 S; 
E 420172; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Lu oafone al telefono ; versi di A. 
Sigismondi. musica di G. Del Colle 
[of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn l 

[2G21 
© Feb. 8. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
191 S: E 41587G; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

m 



Lu cafone nuammurato; versi di 
Giunchi-Amato, musica di E. Mar- 
tucci [of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 

[2022 
© Feb. 1. 1918; 1 c. Feb 8, 191S; 
E 42021S ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Lu cafone scustumato; versi di A. 
Cennerazzo. musica di Giuseppe Del 
Colle [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn 1 [2023 
© Feb. 8. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 14, 191S; 
E 415S73; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Ltjstspiel ; overture, by Keler Bel a, 
arr. by W. F. Ambrosio [of U. S.l ; 
violin solo and miscellaneous string 
combinations ad lib parts for flute 
and cornet with piano ace. [2024 

© Dec. 20. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417290; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Machine gun guards; march, by E. 
Maruchal [of Belgium] ; reed and 
brass band. 4to. [2023 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 42020G ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Maid (The) I met in Flanders; 
words and music by C. A. Pfeiffor 
[of U. S.l [2G2G 

© 1c. Feb. 7, 191S; Feb. 11. IMS; 
E 41G932 ; C. Arthur Pfeiffer, Quincy, 
111. 

Mammy's song ; a negro lullaby, words 

and music by Hamilton Reynolds 

[of U. S.] [2027 

© 1 c. Feb. 20. 1918; E 417231; 

H. E. Reynolds, New York. 

March of the shades : solemn march, 
by Edwin H. Pierce [of U. S.] ; pine 
organ. [2G2S 

© Feb. 20. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417200; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Marche blanC; by Herman Finck [of 

England] ; orchestre avec piano eon- 

ducteur. 4to. [2G29 

© Dec. 5. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1918; 

E 420211 ; Hawkes & son. London. 



— piano. 
Dec. . 10. 



[2G30 
Jan. 3, 



© Dec. 10. 1917; 1 c. 
191S; E 420225; Hawkes & son, 
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M arche des Benjamins ; by E. Sutter 
[of France] ; grand orcli. avec 
piano coiuluctenr. 4to. [2631 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 4200SG; Hachette & co., 
Paris. 

Marching on to victory; words and 
music by J. Friedlander [of U. S.l 

[2G32 
© Feb. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 417413; J. Friedlander, 
Chicago. 

Marchtng through Germany; patri- 
otic song, words and music by T. W. 
Tresidder [of U. S.] [2G33 

© Feb. IS, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417245; Thomas W. Tresid- 
der, Seattle. 

Marching thru' Jerusalem ; march, 
by J. Snlerno [of U. S.], op. 7; 
violin and piano. [2G34 

© Feb. 9, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 14. 191 S; 
E 41703G; Joseph Salerno, New 
York. 

Mary Jane; words by Ballard Mac- 
donald, music by Harry Piani [of 
U. S.l, arr. by Eugene Platzman [of 
U. S.l [2G33 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 191S; E 41G900; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Mass in honor of our lady of Pom- 
peii no. 9; by Eduardo Marzo [of 
U. S.], op. 147; mixed voices, org. 
ace. 4to. [2G3G 

© Feb. IS, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417321; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Massenet (Jules Emtle Frederic) 
Alleluia ; de J. Massenet, arrange 
par Ad. Gauwin [of France], pour 
orch, restreint, avec piano ou har- 
monium. [2G37 

© Sept. 25 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 4200SO; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Master melodies from famous light 
operas; revue 11, by Chas. J. Rob- 

. erts [of U. S.] ; full orch. [2638 

© Nov. 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 

E 417301; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Mavoueneen, my darting ; words by 

Frederick H. Martens, music by 

William Lester [of U. S.] ; high 

voice. [2G39 

© Dec. 26. 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

' 1918; E 422179; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



May the angels guard our soi.dter 

doys to-night ; words and melodv 

by T. E. Sutton [of U. S.l [2640 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 410921; 

Thos. E. Sutton, Garvin, Minn. 

Mazurka. See Weber (Charles) 
Three dances. 

Mazurka in E major; by V. Scnra- 

muzza [of Italy] ; piano. [2641 

© Feb. 14. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1918; E 420234; Bryant music co., 

New York. 

Me Chiagno Napole ; versi e musica 
di Gennaro Ciimerlingo [of Italy] ; 
ennto e mandolino. 4to. [2642 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 C. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 420213 ; Italian book co. inc., New 
York. 

Melodte d' amour ; valse AmOrieaine, 
by Harry Rowe Shelley [of U. S.l : 
piano. [2G43 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 415844; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Melody at springtime; intro : Men- 
delssohn's spring song, by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. [2644 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417196; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Mendelssohn - Bartholdy (Jacob 
Ludwig Felix) Midsummernight's 
dream (Ein sommernachtstraum) ; 
overture by F. Mendelssohn, op. 21, 
arr. by Jul. Weiss [of U. S.] ed. 
by W. F. Ambrosio ; violin solo and 
miscellaneous string combinations 
with ad lib parts for flute and 
cornet with piano ace. [2645 

© Dec. 20. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417292; Carl Fischer, New 
Y'ork. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Menuet; par Daniel Lamotte [of 
France] ; piano. (Vers la musioue 
et pour nos jeunes, no. 4) [26 16 
© Oct. 17, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420113; Pax- Jacques Vuil- 
lemin, Nantes, France. 

Menuet des enfants ; menuet par 
Albert de Cristofaro [of France] ; 
piano. (Deux fantaisies no. 1.) 

[2647 
© Nov. 19. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 42009G; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 



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Menuet des enfants — Continued. 

quatuor a cordes avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. [2048 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 e. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420091 ;. Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Mere (La) la victoire; chanson- 
marche, paroles de Victor Fabre, 
inusique de Edmond Brunswick [of 
France]. 1 2049 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420129; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Merry (A) dance. Sec Frolics and 
fancies. 

Merry (The) flatterer; dance char- 
acteristic, intro: The flatterer & 
Humoresque, by Walter Itolfe [of 
U. S.] : piano. [2650 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191 S; E 417197; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Merry (The) wives of Windsor (Die 
lustigen weiber von Windsor) ; over- 
ture, by O. Nicolai, arr. by Jul. 
W r eiss [of U. S.] ; violin solo and 
miscellaneous string combinations 
with ad lib parts for flute and cor- 
net with piano ace. [2651 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417291; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Message (A) to France; words and 
music by Henry Harrison Lessew 
[of U. S.] [2G52 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918 ; E 417679 ; Wessel pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. 

Messe breve; Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, 
et Agnus Dei, musique par 1'Abbe C. 
Boyer [of France] ; disposee v. 4 
voix mixtes. 4to. [2653 

© Oct. 5, 1917 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 191S ; 
E 420103; L. J. Biton, St. Laurent- 
Sur-Sevre, France. 

'Mid the green fields of Georgia; 
where the watermelons grow, words 
and music by H. L. Smith [of U. 
S.l New York, A. P. Wilcox. [2054 
© Jan. 28, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1918, 
1 c. Feb. 14. 1918; E 417038; H. 
Lyon Smith, New York. 

Mjdsummernight's dream. Sec Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Mignonette; by Herbert Ralph Ward 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2655 

© Feb. 20. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417194; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



Migot (Georges) 7 petites images du 
Japon ; tirees du cycle de Heian, ix' J 
siei-le, musique de Georges Migot 
[of France] ; chant et piano. 

[2050 
© Jan. 12, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 1, 
1918; E 420137; Maurice Senart & 
cie., Paris. 

Military (The) representative; 
words and music by K. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee [of England] [2657 
© Feb. 6, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 191S ; 
E 420245; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Mill (The) on the cliff (Die felsen- 
niuhle) ; overture, by C. G. Keis- 
siger, arr. by Jul. Weiss [of U. S.l, 
ed. by W. F. Ambrosio; violin solo 
and miscellaneous string combina- 
tions with ad lib parts for flute and 
cornet with piano ace. [2658 



© Dec. 20. 191' 



c. Feb. 21, 



1918; E 417277; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



MlLLSTREAM (THE) 

tures. 



Sec Pastoral pic- 



Minuet. See Weber (Charles) Three 
dances. 

Minuetto giojoso. Sec Mozart (W. A.) 

Miss America ; words and arr. by C. 
A. de Hinedesone, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2G59 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 41593S; 
Carlos A. de Hinedesone, Boston. 

M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I ; intro : Some 
time, fox trot, by Harry Tierney, 
arr. by Louis Tocaben [of U. S. j ; 
full mand. orch. [2660 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 4221 S2; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Moment musical. Sec Schubert 
(F. P.) 

Monkey love : words and music by B. 
Wayne [of U. S.] |266t 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 191S; E 417020; 
Billy Wayne, New York. 

Moonbeams ; by Pietro Alessandro Yon 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Five tone pic- 
tures no. 1) [2662 
© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 416S56; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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MOONLTGHT BLUER I WnltZ, 1>V Homer 

Deane. transcribed by Lester Brock- 
ton [of U. S.l ; six saxophones with 
organ or piano ace. 4to. [2603 

© Feb. 14. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27. 
101S; E 422107: Carl Fischer, New 
York. r Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Moonlight (The) gavotte; two-part 
song, text by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by Paul Wachs, arr. by N. 
Clifford Page [of U. S.] ; sop. and 
alto. 4to. [2064 

© Feb. 18. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417318; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

SfOBNING IN THE GARDEN ; fill EaStei* 

service by Fred B. Holton [of U. SI 
Svo. [2635 

© Feb. 11. miS: 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
23, 191S; A 491722; Loreuz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Mother Americans ; words and music 
by Edward Walter Buchanan [of 
U. S.l |20G6 

© Sent. 29. 1917; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1917; 
E 410453 ; Metz music co., Stamford, 
Conn. 

Mother and home and vott; words 
and music by Gordon V. Thompson 
[of Canada] [2GG7 

© Feb. 1. 191S; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 420198; Thompson pub. co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Mother's (The) farewell; words by 

Mrs. J. L. Muncie. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [200S 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1918; E 415890; 

Mrs. J. L. Muncie, Harlowton, Mont. 

Mother's (A) sacrifice; words and 
music by J. W. Morrissey aud A. M. 
Loeb [of U. S.] [2GG9 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417002; 
J. W. Morrissey & Agnes M. Loeb, 
Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Mountain slopes; by Pietro Alessan- 
dro Yon [of U. S.] ; piano. (Five 
tone pictures no. 3) [2070 

© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 41G808; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadetts) Fig- 
aro's wedding (Figaro hochzeit) ; 
overture, by W. A. Mozart, arr. bv 
Jul. Weiss [of U. S.], ed. by W. F. 
Ambrosio ; violin solo and miscel- 
laneous string combinations with ad 



Mozart (Wolfgang Amaueus) — Con. 
lib parts for flute and cornet with 
piano ace. [2G71 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417287; Carl Fischer. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Minuetto gio.i'oso; by W. A. Mo- 
zart arr. by Seredy-Tocaben [of 
U. S.] ; full ma ml. orch. [2072 
© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422181; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangemanc] 

Mugliera (La) de lu coalmen; vers! 
di A. Ceiinem zzo, musica di G. Del 
Colle [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] [2G73 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 41GS93 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Mulata (La) lupe; danza Africana, 

letra de Alvaro Heredia, musica de 

A. Soler [of Spain] . [2674 

© Sept. 14, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 

1918 ; E 42010S ; Alberto Soler, Paris. 

My roys, my home and my country ; 

words by M. E. Willard, music by 

J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [2075 

© 1 c. Feb. 11. 1918; E 410983; 

W. Edison Merchant, Connelly, N. Y. 

My daddy's star ; words by Ivan Reid, 
music by Peter De Rose [of U. S.l, 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of 
U. S.] [2G7G 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 410934; 
F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York. 

My devotion ; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Ivor Novello [Eng- 
land] ; in G. [2077 
© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 15, 191S ; 
E 420201 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

My firefly ; words and music by E. P. 
Favor [of U. S.] [2G7S 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; E 417019 ; Ed- 
ward P. Favor, Richmond, Me. 

My flower of Italy ; words by Wal- 
ter E. Maynard, music by J. H. 
Whelpley [of U. S.] [2079 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1918 ; E 417107 ; Buckeye music pub. 
co., Columbus, O. 

My girl from G. N. I. C. ; words and 
melody by A. C. Mitchell [of U. S.l 

I2G80 

© 1 c. Jan. 18. 191S; E 417201 ; 

Albert Carlyle Mitchell, Macon, Ga. 



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My Irish queen ; words and arr. by 
C. A. de Hinedesone, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [2GS1 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415930; 
Carlos A. de Hinedesone, Boston. 

My lady of the screen ; words by Ar- 
thur Oliver, music by Fred W. Van 
[of U. S.] [26S2 

© Feb. 14. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 ; E 417023 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

My life, dear Lord, I gtve to Thee; 
words and music by C. W. Laufer 
[of U. S.] [2683 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417101; Calvin W. Laufer, 
New York. 

My little doll girl ; words and mu- 
sic by Max Clay [of U. S.] [2G84 
© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417137; David W. Cooper, 
Boston. 

My little flower girl ; words by J. 
Standish, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [U. S.] [2685 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 191 S; E 416984; 
Josie Standish, Petoskey, Mich. 

My little girl in blue; words by F. 
McGuire, music by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [2GSG 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918 ; E 41721G ; F. McGuire, Regina, 
Canada. 

My little sugar baby ; words and arr. 

by Leo Turner, music by J. Karp [of 

U. S.] [26S7 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 191S; E 415995; 

James Karp, Bronx, N. Y. 

My little yellow rose ; ballad, words 
and music by H. L. Smith [of U. S.l 
New York, A. P. Wilcox. [26SS 

© Jan. 28, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1918, 1 c. Feb. 14, 191S ; E 417037; 
H. Lyon Smith, New York. 

My love is my Columbia ; words and 
music by E. Bloomer [of U. S.] 

[26S9 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1918; E 415850; 
Estelle Bloomer, Chicago. 

My old gal ; words by Win. P. Davis, 
music by Louis It. Strong [of U. S.J, 
arr. by Lloyd Kidwell [of U. S.l 

[2G90 
© Jan. 30, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20. 
1918; E 417228; Strong and Davis 
music pub. co., Cincinnati. 



My own ; words by Chas. Roy Cox, 
music by Howard F. Stroup [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice. [2691 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1918; E 417108; Buckeye music pub. 
co., Columbus, O. 

My paradise ; words by Harry D. 

Kerr, music by J. S. Zamecnik [of 

U. S.] [2692 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416928; 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 

My peace is like a river ; words and 
music by Haldor Lillenas [of 
Canada]. [2693 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420199; Thompson pub. co., 
Toronto, Canada. 

My service star ; words and music by 
W. P. Hershey [of U. S.] [2694 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417121; 
Willard P. Hershey, Gateway, Ore. 

My soldier boy; march song, words 
and music by H. Haaf [of U. S.] 

[2695 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 416906 ; Henry Haaf, New York. 

words by L. D. Spears, music 

bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2690 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417051; 
L. D. Spears, Santa Fe, Cal. 

My soldier sweetheart; words by 
E. Van Cortebek, music by Chas H. 
McCurrie [of U. S.] (Cover title: 
A soldier's sweetheart.) [2697 

© Feb. 18, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1918; E 415S40; Emily Van Corte- 
bek, Alameda, Cal. 

My Spanish senorita ; words by G. G. 
Davis, music by G. G. Davis and 
Leslie V. Harvey, arr. by Arthur 
Fisk [of U. S.] [2698 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417455; 
George G. Davis, San Francisco. 

My sweetheart to be; words by D. 

G. Butler, melody by II. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [2699 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 191S; E 415S7S; 

Daisy Gibson Butler, San Jose, Cal. 

My Uncle Sam ; words by J. TC. Mer- 

rell, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2700 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 41G977; 

J. It. Merrell, Mariopa, Cal. 



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2717 



National self teacher for saxo- 
phone; by D. S. McCosh [of U. S.l 
4to. 12701 

© Dec. 4, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1917 ; 
jiff. Jan. 30, 191S; A 4S0490; Chart 
music pub. co., Chicago. 

Nation's (The) call for humanity 
and right ; words and music by N. 
A. W. Carty, arr. by Mary F. Carty 
[of U. S.] [2702 

© Feb. 15, 191S; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
1918; E 417130; N. A. W. Carty, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

Nations of god; words and music by 
C. L. Fortescue Stevens [of Eng- 
land]. 4to. [2703 
© Jan. 26, 191S ; 1 c. Jan. 2S, 
1918; E 420159; C. L. F. Stevens, 
Nottingham, England. 

Neptune; by R. S. Stoughton [of U. 
S.] ; org., obi. Svo. {In Sea sketches) 

[2704 
© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
191S; E 41732S; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Never forget your old home boys ; 
words by C. H. Sandford, music by 
J. E. Andino [of U. S.] L2705 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 4170G4; 
Cornelius Henry Sandford, Pater- 
son, N. J. 

Never leave it to John ; words and 
melody bv W. L. Klanck [of U. S.], 
arr. by Carl Siefert [of U. S.l 

[270G 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 4171G3; 
William Leo Klauck, Buffalo. 

New (Le) fox-trot; celeb re danse 
Americaine, par F. Salabert et Hu- 
guet-Tagell [of France and Spain 1 : 
piano. [2707 

© Jan. 12, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1918; E 420123; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

'Nfami; versi di Giovanni de Rosalia, 
musica di Conrad Pavone [of Italy 
domiciled at Brooklyn] [2708 

© Feb. 14, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
191S; E 415943; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

No flower is sweeter than Rose; 
words and music by D. \V. Paine 
[U. S.], arr. by Harry L. Alford [of 
U. S.] 12709 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 191S; E 41G914 ; 
Delia Williams Paine, Toledo, O. 



No sir, not me; words and music by 
A. G. Ashby [of Kingston, Jamaica], 
arr. by Frank S. Butler [of U. S.l 

[2710 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918; E 41G9S9; 
Allan G. Ashby, New York. 

NORODY JUST LIKE YOU, DEAR; WOl'ds 

and music by J. Johnson [of U. S.] 
New York, 1'. B. Story. [2711 

© Dec. 1, 191S; 2 c. Mar. 1, 191S; 
E 422152; June Johnson, Paris, 111. 

Noel; carol, words by Theophile Gau- 
tier, English version by H. F. S., 
music by Cyril Bradley Root ha m 
[of England]; treble voices (S. S.) 
and piano. 4to. (Church choir library 
anthems, no. 211.) [2712 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1918 ; E 420229 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

de Th. Dubois, arrange par Ad. 

Gauwin [of France], pour grand 
orch. restreint et piano conducteur. 

[2713 
© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420082; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Norwegian spring dance; by Herman 
Sandby [of Denmark domiciled at 
New York] ; violin, cello and piano. 

[2714 
© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 42218G; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Nos vteilles larmes ; poesie de la 
comtesse Elsa Ghislaine d'Oncieu, 
musique de Alfredo Barbirolli (of 
Italy]. [2715 

© Nov. 10, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420100; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Not so fast; from Girl o' mine, words 
bv Philip Bartholomae, music by 
Frank Tours [of U. S.] [2710 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 191S ; 
E 415983; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Now all the world re.totces (Ai la 
bonne fortune) ; French and Eng. 
versions by Edward Bliss Reed, 
music by Nicholas Saboly, bar. by 
Davis Stanley Smith I of U. S.l 
mixed voices, 4to. {In Proven on I 
carols no. 4) [2717 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 415951; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonization] 



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pt. ttt, n. s.. v. i: 



Now Christ is risen; an Enster can- 
tata ; text an\ and music composed 
by Carrie B. Adams fof U. S 1 New 
York. Dayton. O., Lorenz publishing 
company, 101S. 4to. 12T1S 

© Jan. 14, 191S; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
23, 1918; A 491727; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

NOW THEY ARE FTRTNG ON OLD O LORY J 

words by II. C. Kingdon, music by 
J. Allen Cooke [of U. S.] 12719 

© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1918; E 415SS8; 
Robert C. Kingdon, Casper, Wy. 

Ntonino 'o campagnolo; vers! e 
musica Gennaro Camerlingo [of 
Italy] ; canto e mandoline [2720 
© Feb. 1, 191S; 1 c. Feb. S, 1918; 
E 420221 ; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 

'O cumpare a 'o contri; versi di G. 
A ma to, nmsica di D. De Caro [of 
Italy] ; canto e nmndolino. 4to. 

T2721 
© Feb. 1. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 420215 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

*0 niSERTORE ; Neapolitan song, words 
by A. Melina, music by Ralph De 
Luca [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] [2722 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 191S; E 415S15; 
Alfred Melina, Brooklyn. 

'O fatrmen taliano; versi di G. 
Amato, musica di R. De Luca [of 
Italyl ; canto e mandolino. [2.723 
© Feb. 1. 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420224; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

'O ftgtja d'a ross a : versi di G. Amato, 
musica di S. Gambardella [of Italyl ; 
canto e mandolino. [2724 

© Feb. 1. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 8, 191S ; 
E 420222 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

O fount of love ; short anthem, 
founded upon the melody . . . O 

. Sacred head, by A. W. Wilson, prr. 
for four mixed voices. 4to. [2725 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
E 420167; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM. SCC 

Tobani (Theo. M.) 

O satlor roys; words and music by 
A. McDonald [of U. S.l [2720 

© 1 c. Feb. 23. 1918; E 417417; 
Alice McDonald, Oakland, Cal. 



O Sammie get your gun right away; 
words and melody by G. L. Spining 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2727 

© Feb. 4, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415S6S ; George Lawrence Spining, 
Pasadena. 

O, those water rartes ; words and 
music by J. P. Long and Bennett 
Scott [of England] [2728 

© Feb. 18, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 420272; Star music pub. 
co., London. 

'O ttramole ; words by T. Ferrnzzano, 

music by Oreste Camerlingo [of 

Italy, domiciled at Paterson] [2729 

© 1 c. Fab. 12, 191S; E 413S31; 

Tony Ferrazzauo, Paterson, N. J. 

O volete o non volete ; versi di An- 
tonio Barbieri, musica di Em. Nutile 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[2730 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1918; E 420240; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Orey your mother (Folgdein mame) ; 
words by A. Schorr, music by Y. 
Belzer [of U. S.] [2731 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 191S; 
E 416986; Anshel Schorr and Yudele 
Belzer, Philadelphia. 

Orlio; valsa leute de A. Barbirolli, 
arr. par Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orchestre avec piano conducteur. 
4to. [2732 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420146; Rouart. Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rang9ment] 

Off to the front; march, by Charles 

Huerter [of U. S.J ; piano. [2733 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2S, 

1918; E 422139; Boston music co., 

Boston. 

Offenrach (Jacques) Orpheus in 
der unterwelt; overture, by J. Of- 
fenbach, arr. by M. L. Lake [of 
U. S.] ; military band with conduc- 
tor. [2734 
© Dec. 12, 1917; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
1918; E 417310; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Oh ryanka ; from the Chasinte, words 
by Bores Thoinashefsky, music by 
J. M. Rumshisky [of U. S.] [2735 
© Feb. 8, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1918; 
E 417147; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 



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no. 3.101S 



Oh, Columbia, s \v e k t Columbia ; 

words by J. T. Liddy. music by 
E. S. S." Huntington Lof U. S.l 

1 273G 
© 1 0. Feb. 14, 101S; E 417053; 
Josepb T. Lidtly, Sun Francisco. 

On ! Harry, Harry ; words and music 
by Nat Vincent and Lew Pollock [of 
U. S.l, arr. by Eugene Platznmnn 
[of U. S.] [2737 

© 1 c. Feb. S, 191S; E41G901; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co. inc., New 
York. 

Oh it's great to be a private in the 
army ; words by Walter J. Coe. 
music by Paul Kellogg [of U. S.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., Kelco-Bay pub. co. 

[273S 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415796 ; Harry Sutherland Bailey, 
Buffalo. 

Oh Justtne ; from Over the top. words 
by Cliarles J. Manning, music by 
Sigmund Romberg and Herman 
Timberg [of U. S.] [2739 

© Feb. 21, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417444; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Oh min ; novelty comedy song, words 
by Ol e Olsen, music by Isham Jones 
[of U. S.] [2740 

© Feb. W. 1918; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
1918; E 4171G5; Tell Taylor, Chi- 
cago. 

Oh, roses fair, what fragrance 
this ; words by M. B. Bonds, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2741 
© 1 c. Feb. 1G, 1918; E 415893; 
Mary B. Bonds, Paducah, Ky. 

Oh yott germy Germany; words by 
S. N. Furgerson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2742 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 41G973; 
Susie Nelson Furgerson, Halifax, 
N. C. 

Old (The) coal man; words by E. 
Van Buren, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2743 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417057; 
E. Van Buren, Brooklyn. 

Old Uncle Sam's young Sammies; 

words and music by L. V. Howard 

[of U. S.l |2744 

© 1 c. Feb. 25. 191 S; E 417410; 

Lyta Verle Howard, Jopliu, Mo. 



Old U. S. A.; words by M. B. Long, 
music by P. B. Story [of U. S.l New 
York, P. B. Story. [2745 

© Feb. 23, 191S; 2 c Mar 1. 191S; 
E 422155; Mayme B. Long, Manhat- 
tan, Kan. 

Omar Khayyam, the f-oet; from Girl 
o' mine, words by Philip Bartholo- 
mae. music by Frank Tours [of 
U. S.l [274G 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 41707S; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

On forever, Illinois ; words by W. C. 
Langdon, music by J. L. Erb [of 
U. S.] 12747 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
191.8; E 417422; William Cbauncy 
Langdon & John Lawrence Erb, Ur- 
bana, 111. 

On O thou soul. Sec Tschaikowsky 

(P. I.) 
On, on to Berlin ; words and music 

by J. H. Cryan [of U. S.] [274S 
© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 1G, 

1918; E 415918; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

On our victory day ; words by W. D. 
Spearman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2749 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417044; 
Wm, D. Spearman, New York. 

On the fair Bermuda Isles ; words 
by M. Rieck and E. Ruehl, music and 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. 
S.l [2750 

© 1 c. Feb. IS, 1918; E 4153GS; 
Edmund Ruehl & Martin Rieck, 
Kitchener, Out., Can. 

On the fence; words by Tosh Zingle, 
music by J. B. Herbert [of U. S.l 

12751 
© Jan. 1, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 9, 191S; 
E 415807; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Ors" the good shtp, Yackt Htcki Doo 
La ; words and music by Billy Mer- 
son [of England 1. [2752 

© Feb. G, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 191 S ; 
E 420242; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

On the way to Germany ; words and 
music by J. B. Herbert [of U. S.l 

1 2753 
© Jan. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918; 
E 415S08; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 



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2754 



pt. itt, n. s., v. 13 



On to Berlin ; words by J. L. Ripper, 
music by J. E. Brown [of U. S.l 

[2754 
© Feb. 18. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417241 ; Jessie Loraine Rip- 
per, Wray, Col. 

On to victory; march by T. Bid- 
good [of England] ; reed and brass 
band. 4to. [2755 

© Dec. 28, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1918 ; E 420209 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Only a little while; words by J. 
Will Callahan, music by Frank H. 
Grey [of U. S.] ; high voice in F. 

[275G 
© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1918; E 416861; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Only a rose of yesterday ; words and 
music by Allen Spurr [of U. S.] 

[2757 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 191S ; 
E 417689 ; Seidel music pub. co., 
inc., Indianapolis. 

Onward democracy; words and arr. 
by C. M. Jones, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel* Fisher of 
U. S.] [275S 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415941; 
Chas. M. Jones, Dover, N. H. 

Oriental blues ; fox-trot, by S. Bern- 
stein [of England, domiciled at But- 
ler, Pa.] ; piano. [2759 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417329; 
Samuel Bernstein, Butler, Pa. 

Orpheus in der unterwelt. See Of- 
fenbach (Jacques) 

Our America; words by E. Madeline 
Noblet, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] 1 2760 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 41705S; 
Mrs. E. M. Bergh, Hopewell, Va. 

Our brother's fiohttnc for the U. S. 
A.; words and music by S. Warren 
[of II. S.] [2761 

© Fob. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417439; Stephen Warren, 
New York. 

Our country's call; words by TInttie 

D. Blybach, music by N. E. Rice \A 

U. S.l 12702 

(g 1 c. Feb. 11. 191S; E 410912; 

Nellie E. Rice, Fnllerton, Cal. 

Our flag ; march and song, words and 
music by I. M. Alluiu [of U. S.l 

12763 
© 1 c. Feb. S, 191S; E 416870; 
Ina Maxwell Allum, Wheaton, 111. 



Our flag knows only victory; one- 
step, by M. May, arr. by Arnold 
Krueger [of U. S.] ; orch., 4to. 

[2704 
© Feb. 21. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417429; Myron May, Mil- 
waukee. 

Our flag over there; words and arr. 
by L. A. Cobane, music by M. Du 
Frerre Lpseud. of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [2765 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 415967; 
Lydia A. Cobane, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Our gallant Sammies in France; 

words and music by J. P. Doraii 

[of U. S.] [2760 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S; E 417141; 

Joseph Peter Doran, Kansas, Mo. 

Our great nation's right; words by 
J. A. White, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] 12767 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416974; 
J. A. White, Jeddo, Tex. 

Our nation roused again; words by 
Walter J. Coe, music by Paul Kel- 
logg [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Keleo- 
Bay pub. co. [276S 

© Feb. 7. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918; 
E 415798 ; Harry Sutherland Bailey, 
Buffalo. 

Our Nebraska boys; words by L. 

Helm, music by H. B. Roland [of 

U. S.] [2769 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 4170G5; 

Louise Helm, Omaha, Neb. 

Our risen Redeemer ; Easter service, 
words by Lizzie De Armond and 
others, music by Charles H. Gabriel 
and others [of U. S.] Svo. 12770 
© Feb. 23, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918 ; E 417420 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Our risen Savior ; an Easter cantata ; 
text arr. and music composed by 
E. L. Ashford [of U. S.] 4to. 

[2771 
© Jan. 16, 191S; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
23, 191S ; A 491728 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Our Sammtes; one-step, by Carl D. 
Vandersloot, an*, by Frank E. Barry 
[of U. S.] ; full orch., 4to. [2772 
© Feb. IS, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
191S; E 4159S7; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. I Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



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no. 3, 191S 



2790 



Our Yankee soldier boy: words by 

M. J. McDonough, music by J. E. 

Andino [of U. S.] 12773 

© 1 e. Feb. 11, 191S; E 41G9G0 : 

M. J. McDonough, Waterville, Conn. 

Out on deep waters; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Ethel Barns 
[of Great Britain]. [2774 

© Jan. 22. 191S ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S ; 
E 42015S; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Over the heather. Sec Wayside 
• flowers, op. 105. 

Oyer the top ; inarch, by N. M. Ca- 
lace [of Italy domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] ; instrumental. [2775 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 415S32 ; 
Nicholas M. Calace, Brooklyn. 

words and music by N. Edelson 

[of U. S.] [277G 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 191S: E 415972; 
Nathan Edelson, Oshkosh, Wis. 

Over the top, the top we go; words 
and music by J. G. Dewey [of U. S.l 

[2777 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
191S; E 417040; James G. Dewey, 
San Francisco. 

Over the top to Berlin ; words and 

music by Albert H. Morrison [pseud. 

of C. P. Keene, of U. S.], a it. by 

Ralph Weston [of U. S.] [277S 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 191S; E 415S5G; 

Clarence P. Keene, Brighton, Mass. 

Over the top to somewhere on the 
Rhine; words and music by H. Hig- 
gius [of U. S.] [2779 

© Jan. 28. 1918: 2 c. Feb. 5. 
1918: E 415923; Harry Higgins, 
North Bill erica, Mass. 

Over there; by George M. Cohan, 
arr. by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; 
six saxophones with organ or piano 
ace. 4to. [2780 

© Feb. 13. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 4221G3; Carl Fischer. New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

■ one-step and march, by George 

II. Coh^n, arr. by Zarb Myron Bick- 
ford [of U. S.] ; ukulele solo with 
ace. steel guit. solo with steel guit. 
ace. [27S1 

© Dee. 14. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417297; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Pamela ; selection from the produc- 
tion, music by Frederic Norton [of 
England] ; pianoforte. [2782 

© Jan. IS, 191 S; 1 c. Feb. S, 
191S; E 42019G; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Pamela .valse ; by .Frederic Norton 

[of England] ; piano. 127S3 

© Jan. 31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 7. 191S; 

E 4201S0; Herman Darewski music 

pub. co., Loudon. 

Paradise ; by Fritz Kreisler, melody 
by A. Krakauer, arr. by M. L. Lake 
[of U. S.] : orch., low voice in C. 
4to. [27S4 

© Dec. 15, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
191S; E 417307; Carl Fischer, New 
Y^ork. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement J 

Paravent (Le) de laque aux cinq 
images ; par Georges Migot [of 
France] ; quatuor pour 2, violons, 
alto et piano. [2785 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S; 
E 42013G; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Parelli (Attilto) Nocturne; poem by 
H. de Regnier, translated from the 
French by H. Cecil Cowdry, music 
by A. Parelli [of Italy] ; high or 
medium voice. [27SG 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 4170S3; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Parks' sacred quartets, no. 4; [by 
J. A. Parks of U. S., Imperial ed. | ; 
femal3 voices. 4to. [27S7 

© Jan. 24, 191S; 2 c. Jan. 2S, 
191S; jiff. Jan. 29, 191S; A 490G40; 
J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 

Parques (Les) ; par Georges Migot 
[of France], piece pour 2 violons, 
alto et piano. [27SS 

© Jan. 12. 191S; 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S; 
E 420134; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Parting (The) ; words and music by 
L. Lvon [of U. S.l Los Angeles, 
Cal.. Chas. W. Hatch. [27S9 

© Jan. 24. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1918; E 415SG9; Lee Lyon, Sierra 
Madre, Cal. 

Pa scale 'o volontarto; versi di V. 
Donadio, musica di Luigi Donadio 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] 

1 2790 

© lc. Feb. 11, 191S; E 41G99S ; 
Yincenzo Donadio, New York. 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 13 



Pass it along; words and music by 
W. Broinby [of U. S.] [2791 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1918; E 417025; 
Walter Bromby, Toronto, Canada. 

Pastoral pictures ; four pieces by 
G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. Contents: — 1. The haymak- 
ers. — 2. Lova at noontide. — 8. The 
swing in the orchard. — 1. The mill- 
stream. [2792 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 420174; Alfred Lengnick CO., Lou- 
don. 

Pastorale; words by Wordsworth, 
music by Edmund Severn [of U. S.] ; 
1. High voice. 2. Low voice. 

[2793,2794 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. each Feb. 
20, 1918; E 417200 417201; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 

Patriotic day; by C. C. Crammond 

[of U. S.], op. 96; piano. [2795 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417181; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Patriotic rose march and two step; 
by A. F. Erhardt [of U. S.] ; band. 

1 2790 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 417030; 

Anna Frances Erhardt, Philadelphia. 

Perfect (A) day; by Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond, arr. by Zarh Myron Bickford 
[of U. S.] ; maud. duo. [2797 

© Dec. 14, 1917; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
1918; E 417312; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Perfume (The) of the lilies; by 
Aubrey R. Brittain [of Great 
Britain] ; pianoforte. [2798 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1918; E 420187; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Perstfleur (Le) ; marche de Henry 
Cas [of France] ; oreh., avec piano 
conducteur. L2799 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420087; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Petit (Le) oiseau; paroles de Alfred 
Silvestri, version francaise de Meo 
Talmas, musique de Vincenzo Billi 
[of Italy] ; chant et piano. [2800 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420124 ; Societe anonyme des 
editions Kicordi, Paris. 



Picciridduzza mia ; versi e musica di 
Corrado Pavone [of Italy, domiciled 
at N. Y.] [2801 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 415942; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Piece pour violoncelle ou alto; par 
Ernest Chausson [of France], op. 
39; violoncello et piano. [2S02 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1918 ; E 420150 ; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Pilgrim's progress; a musical miracle 
play, text based on the allegory of 
John Bunyan by Elizabeth Hodgkin- 
son, music by Edgar Still man Kelley 
[of U. S.] op. 37; soli, cho. & oreh. 
4to. [2S03 

© Dec. 29, 1917 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
21, 1918; A 490533; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 

Plainte farouche; par S. Chapelier 

[of France] ; petit oreh. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. [2S04 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 

1918; E 420141; S. Chapelier, Paris. 

Plaintive chanson (A plaintive 
song) ; by Irenee Berge [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2S05 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 41G926; Bryant music co., 
New York. 

Pledge (A) for freedom; words and 
music by E. M. Markhain [of U. S.l 

r2S0G 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 417GS0; 
Edward M. Markhain, Washington, 
D. C. 

Plume (The) grass; part-song, words 
trans, by Vera Johnston, Eng. 
adaptation by N. Lindsay Norden, 
music by J. Sahknovsky, mixed 
voices, 4to. [2807 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417319; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on English adaptation] 

Poet and peasant (Dichter und 
bauer) ; overture, by F. von Suppe, 
arr. by W. F. Ambrosio [of U. S.] ; 
violin solo and miscellaneous string 
combinations with ad lib parts for 
flute and cornet with piano ace. 

[2808 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417285; Carl Fischer, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 



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2S24 



Polonesa; by M. Ferrer [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [2809 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 191S; B 41G947 ; 
Monsira Ferrer, New York. 

Polska ; Swedish folk dance, by F. E. 
Foertsch [of U. S.], arr. by Martina 
Gilbert [of U. S.] : piano. [2S10 

© Feb. 1G. 1918; 2 e. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 41T2G6; Frederick E. 
Foertsch, New Haven. 

Popular voluntaries ; suitable for 
concert and recital use, by Eustasio 
Resales [of South America, domi- 
ciled at Chicago] ; suite for pipe 
organ. Chicago, 111., Franklin E. 
Hathaway. [2811 

© Feb. 14, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1918; 
aff. Feb. IS, 1918; A 490977; Frank- 
lin E. Hathaway, Chicago. 

Popularity ; march and one step, by 
Geo. M. Cohan, ed. and rev. by W. C. 
Polla [of U. S.] ; piano. [2812 

© Feb. 27, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 2S ; 
1918 ; E 422144 ; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new arrange- 
ment] 

Practical and progressive method 
for B flat cornet; Italian and 
English text, English translation by 
Otto P. Schroeder, music by Gioae- 
chino Bimboni, revised and simpli- 
fied by B. Sbraccia [of Italy] pt. 1. 
(Pagani ed., no. 8320-A.) fol. 

[2813 
© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1917 ; 
aff. Jan. 10, 1918 ; A 491023 ; Octave 
Pagani & bro., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on additions & new 
arrangement] 

Practical method for trombone, bass 
clef; Italian and English text, 
music by Gioacchino Bimboni, re- 
vised and amplified by B. Sbraccia 
[of Italy, pt. la] (Pagani ed.. no. 
S340-A.) fol. 12814 

© Dec. 15, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 22. 
1917; aff. Jan. 10, 1918; A 491 02G; 
Octave Pagani & bro., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on additions 
& new arrangements] 

Praise be to God. See Gesius (Bar- 
tholomeus) 

Prayer; words and music by I. B. 
Linebarger [of U. S.] Svo. [2S15 

© Feb. 10, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918: E 417170; Iva B. Linebarger. 
Rockville, Ind. 



Primo amork (First love) ; dance ca- 
price, by Ernesto Balsa no [of U. 



S.l ; piano. 

© Jan. 23, 191S 
1918; Feb. 1, 1918; 
Halperin, Brooklyn. 



12S1G 
; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
E 415833 ; Max 



Proehl's 

music v. 3. fol. 

© Jan. 7, 1918; 2 
11. 191 S; A 491053; 



COLLECTION OF NEW ORGAN 
[2S17 

c. and aff. Jan. 
H. B. Proehl, 



Chicago. 

Progressive melodies and pteces for 
beginners; by Mrs. A. M. Virgil |<>f 
U. S.], op. 71, no. 1; piano. New 
York, Virgil piano school co. [2S1S 
© Oct. 15, 1917; 2 c. Oct. IS, 
1917; E 417039; Mrs. A. M. Virgil, 
New York. 

Prologue; extrait de Kleis, suite r.ym« 
phonique de Gabriel Marie, tran- 
scription par Hans Ourdine [of 
France], pour orchestre red nit. [2S1J 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S; 
E 420147; Rouart Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Psalms (The) of David; set to music 
by G. L. Tracy [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, org. ace, 4to. Boston, Acorn 
pub. co. [2S20 

© Feb. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. IS, 1918 ; 
E 417135 ; George Lowell Tracy, Bos- 
ton. 

Quarrel (The) ; words and music by 
D. Hicks [of U. S.] [2S21 

© 1 c. Feb. 1G, 1918; E 415909; 
Delia Hicks, Chicago. 

Raff (Joseph Joachim) Cavatina; 
by J. Raff, op. S5, no. 3, ed. by Jos- 
eph Gahm [of U. S.] ; piano. [2S22 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417279; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 

Rag-lad (The) of Bagdad; from Sin- 
bad, with Al. Jolson, words by Har- 
old Atteridge, music by Siginur.J 
Romberg and Al. Jolson [of U. S. | 

[2S23 
© Feb. 14, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
191S; E 417133; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Ragtime Romeo; from The night clerk, 
words and music by William B. 
Friedlander [of U. S.] 12S24 

© Feb. 15. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
191S; E 417093; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 



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pt. m, n. s., v. 13 



Rain ; staccato etude ; by Pietro Ales- 
sandro Yon [of U. S.] ; piano. (Five 
tone pictures no. 5) [2S25 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. S, 101S ; 
E 4168G0; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 
Raindrop (The) and the rose; words 
by C. Devenish, music by H. Fraser- 
Simson [of England]. [2S2G 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 420194; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Rameaux ; poesie de Leon Chadourne, 
musique de F. de La Tonibelle [of 
France], solo et choeur. 4to. [2S27 
© Oct. 5, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 191S; 
E 420102; L. J. Biton, St. Laurent- 
sur-Sevre, France. 

Raymond. See Thomas (C. L. A.) 

Raymond march; intro. Raymond 
overture. Sextet from Lucia, by 
Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2S2S 
© Feb. 20, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417195; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Realization hymns and songs; [by 
H. E. Mills of U. S.] Spokane, Wash., 

3vo. 
[2S29 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 2 c. Jan. IS, 
191S; aff. Feb. G, 1918; A 490S21; 
H. Edward Mills, Spokane, Wash. 

Red cross rally song ; words by James 
Rowe, music by J. B. Herbert [of 
U. S.l [2S30 

© Jan. 1, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 191S ; 
E 415813; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Reflets dans l'eau ; par Jacques Tbert 
[of France], pour harpe a pedales, 
no. 4. I2S31 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S; 
E 420154; Augustin Gay, Vitry-le- 
Francois, France. 

Regard (Le) ; melodie de Gaston Paul- 
in,, reduit par. Ad. Gauwin [ol! 
France] ; orch. avec piano cond. 

[2832 
© Sept. 25. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 42007G; Hachette & cie., 
. Paris. 

Rejoice ! O Christendom re.totce ; 
Easter anthem, words by Tholuck, 
music by Joseph Fletcher [of U. S.l ; 
• tenor solo quartette and chorus, in 
C. 4to. 1 2S33 

© Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 191 S-, 
,E 415S19 ;. Win. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 



Repos (Le) en Egypte; poesie de Al- 
bert Samain, musique de Marcelle 
Soulage [of France] ; choeur pour 
voix d' femmes a quatre parties. 

[2S34 
© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 191S ; 
E 420151; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Request to dance; raise caprice, by 
Chas. J. Wilson [of U. S.], op. S10; 
piano. [2S35 

© Feb. 20, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417188; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Ride of the Valkyries. Sec W T agner 
(Richard) 

Ride (A) on a crowded street car; 

words by S. Fieser, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2S30 

© 1 c. Feb. 1G, 191S; E 415S92; 

Sebastian Fieser, Toronto, O. 

Ride on, ride on ; words by H. H. 
Milman, music by John Prindle 
Scott [of U. S.] ; low in D minor. 

[2S37 
© Feb. 7, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 191 S; 
E 41G949; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

Rifkele yankele; from the Chasinte, 
words by Bores Thomashefsky, 
music by J. M. Rumshisky [of U. S.l 

[2S38 
© Feb. S, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 1G, 191 S; 
E 417144; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 

Rite. See Bloch (Ernest). Trois 
poemes juifs. 

Roamin' (A) Romeo; words and mel- 
ody by W. C. Du Val [of U. S.] f 
arr. by Rube Bennett [of U. S.l 

[2839 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 191S; E 415864; 

William Cameron Du Val, New York. 

Rot de Roumante ; marche, musique de 
Georges N. Ocki Albi, instrumentee 
par Ad. Gauwin [of France] ; grand 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[2S40 
© Sept. 2,5, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 4200S3; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Roll the chartot on ; hymn, words 
nnd music by R. L. Fletcher [of 
U. S.l T2S41 

© Feb. 5. 191 S: 2 c. Feb. 25, 191S; 
E 41743S: Robert L. Fletcher, 
Wheeling, W. Va. 



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2S59 



Romance; by Luigi Romaniello [of 
Italy] ; violin or cello with piano 
ace. [2S42 

© Feb. 14, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
101S; E 420233; Bryant music co., 
New York. 

etude, by .T. T. Howard, jr. |"of 

U. S.1, op. 2; piano. Boston, C. W. 
Thompson & co. [2S43 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
191 S: E 42214S; John Tasker How- 
ard, jr., Glen Ridge, N. Y. 

Rondel du couer; melodie do Tb. 
Wittmann, arrangee par Ad. Gau- 
win [of France] ; orch. restreint. 
4to. [2S44 

© Sept. 2.". 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
191S; E 420077; Hacnette & cie., 
Paris. 

Rose (A) and a smtle; words and 
music by M. M. Bigley [of U. S.J, 
arr. by Lee Johnson [of U. S.l 

12S45 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 191S; E 4171G1; 
Minnie May Bigley, Los Angeles. 

Rose (The) my love and you; ballad, 
words by E. Fouratt and Edna La- 
Motte, music by E. Fouratt [of U. S.l 

[2S4G 
© Feb. 4, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 12, 191S; 
E 4172G7; Elmer Fouratt, Trenton, 
N. J. 

Rose of Tennessee; words by Frank 
Watkins. music by C. L. Johnson 
[of U. S.] . [2S47 

© Feb. 20. 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417423; Chas. L. Johnson 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Rosemary. See Wayside flowers, op. 
103. 

Rosstnt (Gtoacchtno Antonio) Wil- 
/ liam Tell ; overture, by G. A. Ros- 
sini, arr. by Jul. Weiss [of U. S.], 
ed. by W. F. Ambrosio ; violin solo 
. and miscellaneous string combina- 
tions with ad lib parts for flute and 
cornet with piano ace. [2S4S 

© Dec. 20. 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 19. 
1918 ;.E 417294; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rur.TNSTEiN (Anton Gregorovitch) 
Fernmors; ballet suite, by A. Rubin- 
stein, arr. bv Chas. J. Roberts [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. [2849 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 4172S9; Carl Fischer, New 
York [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement for full orch.] 



Ruchele; from the Chasinte, words 
by Bores Thomashefsky, music by 
J. M. Rumshisky [of U. S.] [2S50 
© Feb. S, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 1G, 191S; 
E 417149; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 

Russian maid ; mazurka, Intro : La 
czarina, by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [2S51 

© Feb. 20, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417198; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Safe for democracy ; words and music 
by A. Burgoon [of U. S.] [2S52 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 41597G; 
A. Burgoon, Zanesville, O. 

Sail on, O ship of my dreams ; words 
and music by Gordon V. Thompson 
[of Canada] [2853 

© Feb. 1, 191 S; 1 c. Feb. 8, 191 S; 
E 420197; Thompson pub. co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Salve festa dies (Hail festive day) ; 
motet for Easter, words and music 
by Laceno Dore [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. 4to. [2854 

© Feb. IS, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417226; Catholic music co., 
Covington, Ky. 

Sam's about; words and music by 

G. D. McMillan [of U. S.] [2S55 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1918; E 417015; George Dalgarno 

McMillan, New York. 

Same (The) old clock in the cor- 
ner; words and music by T. W. 
Connor [of England] [2850 

© Feb. G, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 12 191S; 
E 420240; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Sammy- Yanks; words and music by 
Foulkes Haydon [pseud, of G. 
Sarka], arr. by Mary Gregory Mur- 
ray [of U. S.] [2S57 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 415S28; 
Grace Sarka, New York. 

San Francisco Bay; words by R. F. 

Lowden, music by J. Allen Cooke [of 

U. S.] [2S5S 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415S87; 

Robert F. Lowden, Elizabeth, N. J. 

, Santa Lucia Nova ; versi di Stanley 
Tommasello [of U. S.], musica di 
Luigi Donadio. [2S59 

© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417159; Stanley Tommasello, New 
York. 



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Sarawak ; words and music by Fred 

Darrell [of England] [2SG0 

© Feb. 1, 1018; 1 c. Feb. 15, 191S; 

E. 420253; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 

Loudon. 

Scale manual; by Allen Wynne [of 
Great Britain], for the violin. 
(Berner's edition, no. 131.) [2SG1 
© Jan. 8, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; 
E 420231; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

Scetate, ammore; versi di Riccardo 
Cordiferro, musica di R. De Luca 
[of Italy domiciled at New Yorkl 

[2SG2 
© Dec. 15, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1918; E 415875; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Schaaf (Edward O.) Cappriccio; by 

E. (). Schaaf [of U. S.], op. 9, no. 5; 

piano. 12363 

© 1 c. Feb. 28. 1918; E 422121; 

Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Moment 
musical ; by F. Schubert, arr. by 
H. F. Odell [of U. S.] ; full mand. 
orch. [2SG4 

© Dec. 2S, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422180; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Sea nymphs; by R. S. Stoughton [of 
U. S.l ; organ, obi. S vo. (In Sea 
sketches) [28G5 

© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 41732G; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Sea poem ; words by Lawrence A. Mc- 

Louth, music by Frank Bibb [of 

U. S.] [28GG 

© Dec. G, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. IS, 1918 ; 

E 417305 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Send me away with a smile; by 
Weslyn-Piantadosi, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; six saxophones 
with organ or piano ace. 4to. 

[28G7 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 

1918; E 422162; Carl Fischer, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

transcription] 

Serenada ; from The chasinte, words 
by Bores Thomashefsky, music by 
J. M. Kumshisky [of U. S.] [2S68 
© Feb. S, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 1G, 191S ; 
E 41714S; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 



Serenade; trio, poem from Cleveland's 
songs by Walter Scott, music by 
George Shackley [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices, piano ace; 4to. |2SC9 

© Feb. 23, 191 S ; 2 e. Feb. 25, 191 S ; 
E 417432; Chandler-Ebel music co., 
Brooklyn. 

Serenade des escholters ; do Tli. 
Hirlemann, serennde-marche orch., 
par Ad. Gauwin [of France], piano 
condncteur. [2S70 

© Sept. 29, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 420090; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

serenade-marche, par Th. Hirle- 
mann [of France], pour piano. [2871 

CO Dec. 3. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 191S; 
E 42009S; Hachette & cie., Paris. 

Serenade Florentine; poesie de Jean 

Lahor, musique de Alfredo Barl i- 

rolli [of Italy]. [2S72 

© Nov. 10, 1917; 1 c. Jan. SO, 

1918; E 420101; Hachette & cie., 

Paris. 
Serenata romanesca; by Giuseppe 

Ferrata [of U. S.] ; piano. 12873 
© Feb. 14, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1918; E 416923; Bryant music co., 

New York. 

Sergeant Brown ; words and music by 
J. P. Long and Maurice Scott [of 
England]. [2S74 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 420271; Star music pub. 
co., London. 

Seven o'clock ; a vaudeville act, worda 
by B. Treynor, music by J. Malay 
[of U. S.j [2S75 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1918; D 19827; 
Blair Treynor and Jack Maloy, New 
York. 
Shall we gather at the river; by 
Mrs. J. H. Dew [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2S70 
© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417236; Mrs. J. H. Dew, Kidgc- 
crest, N. C. 

She looks mighty good to me ; words 
by Francis Marion, music by Z. I '. 
Parvin [of U. S.] 12S77 

© Feb. 18, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417242; Maggie Johnson, 
Tacoma. 

She's a cuckoo and a cuckoo she 
am ; words and music by J. J. Ber- 
ger, arr. by llobert Valentine llains- 
worth [of U. S.] 12878 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 191 S; E 415852; 
John Jacob Berger, Seattle. 



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no. 3. 1918 



289C 



She walks in reautt : part-son?, 
words by Lord Byron, music by Wal- 
lace A. Sabin [of England domiciled 
at Berkeley, Cal.] : men's voices, 
piano ace. 4to. ( G. S. secular 
choruses no. 07". 2879 

b. G. 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 12. 1918 : 
E 415843; G. Schirmer, inc., New- 
York. 

Shepherds (The'i (Los burgers); 
French and Eng. versions by 
ward Bliss Reed, music by Nicholas 
Saboly, bar. by David Stanley 
Smith [of U. S.] : mixe<l voices, 
piano ace. 4to. (In Provencal carols 
no. G. n 7 ' 2S^1 

h. IS. 191S: 2 c. each Feb. 20. 
1918 : E 415953, 415954 : H. W. Gray 
co.. New York [Copyright i s 
claimed on harmonization] 

Ships that pass in the night : words 
by James R. Shannon, music by 
Frederic Knisht Logan [of U. S."| 

[2882 
b. 9. 1918 : 2 c. Feb. 11. 1918 : 
E 410003: Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

Shm a Yisroel : from the Chasinte, 
words by Bores Thomashefsky. mu- 
sic by J. M. Rumshisky [of U. S.l 

[2883 
© Jan. IS. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 10. 
101S: E 417152: Hebrew pub. co., 
New York. 

im aleichem : from the Cha- 
sinte. words by Bores Thomashefsky. 
music by J. M. Rumshisky [of U. S 

T -Tan. IS. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1918; E 41T14G; Hebrew pub. co.. 
New York. 

Shoulder (The) that shoutx-e B£ . 
gun : words by Dorothy U. Baxter, 
music by A. L. Stewart [of U. S.l 

F2SS5 
© 1 e Feb. IS. 1918; E 417119; 
A. Lambert Stewart. New York. 

Si xa femmena j sarria : versi di 

Tony Ferrazzano. musica di G. Del 

Colle [of Italy domiciled at New 

York! 

© Feb. 1. 191S: 2 c. Feb. S, 191S ; 

E 41GS94; Italian book co.. inc., New 

York. 
Si to le veux : melodie de Ch. Koeeh- 

lin, arrangee par Ad Gauwin [of 

France] ; orch. avec piano cond. et 

harpe. 
© Sept. 25. 1917: 1 c. Jan. 30. 

191*: E 420078; Hachette k cie.. 

Paris. 



Sigh no moke ladies : words by Wil- 
liam Sbakespeare, music by Bryee- 
son Trebarue [of Great Britain 
domiciled at New York] : low 
in G Hat. r2888 

© Jan. 19. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9, 
191S: E 41G940; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Sight seeing : galop, by E. Fisher, 
arr. by W. P. Mtero [of U. S.] ; 

piano. 1. Duel. 2. Solo. 

39,2890 

© Feb. 20. 101 S: 2 c. each Feb. 
20. 101S: E 417170. 4171S0 : Tbeo. 
Fresher co.. Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Silver (The'i badge: words and music 
by .7. P. Long & Bennett Scott [of 
England]. [2S91 

Feb. IS. 191S: 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918: E 42 -" >rar music pub. co., 
ltd.. London. 

Silver (The) moon: words by Marie 
Olivet [pseud, of Mrs. J. I. Dille], 
music by Edward Wunderlich [of 
U. S.] New Y<>rk. Fairchild music 
co. [2S92 

© Mav 25. 1017: 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1918 : E 416S64 : Mary J. Dille. Min- 
neapolis. 

Simple (The) prayer : prayer per- 
fect, words by James Whitcomb 
Pi ley. music by Ivy Ash [of U. S.] ; 
high voice in F. — medium in E 
flat.— low in C. [2S03 

© Feb. 13. 101S : 2 c. each Feb. 20, 
101S: E 4172G4: Boston music co., 
Boston. 

SirsCE PA GOT HIS AUTOMORLLE J WOrdS 

and music by W. Reed [of V. S.l 

[2S94 

g 1 e, Feb. 20. 101 S: E 41721 S: 

Waldo Reed. Westport Point. Mass. 

Sl>~CE THE DAY YOU CALLED ME PRETTY 

baby; words by Wm. La Yar and 

Great Howard, music by Wm. T. 
Gahagan [of U. S.] [2S95 

© Oct. 9. 1917: 2 c. Oct. 12. 1017; 
E V 415S37 : William J. Moran, Brook- 
lyn. 

Since they learned to shimme down 
in Honolulu : words and melody by 
S. Williams [of D. S.l. arr. by J. 
Russell Robinson [of U. S.] - 

© 1 c. Feb. 11. 1918; E 41G994; 
Spencer Williams. Chicago. 



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Sing we Noel (Chantons Noel); 
French and English version by Ed- 
ward Bliss Heed, music by Nicholas 
Saboly, bar. by David Stanley 
Smith Tot' U. S.l ; ten. or sop.. 4to. 
{In Provencal enrols no. 2) [2S97 
© Feb. IS, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 415940; II. W. Gray co.. 
New York. | Copyright is claimed 
on harmonization] 

Sirens (The) ; by R. S. Stonghton 
[of U. S.] ; org., obi. Svo. (In Sea 
sketches) [2S9S 

© Feb. in, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
191S; E 417327; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Slacker (The) ; words and music by 
M. E. Crosby [of U. S.] [2S99 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 191S; E 415S01 ; 
Milo E. Crosby, Milton, Cal. 

Slavic coquetry; romance, by E. O. 
Schaaf [of U. S.], op. 9, no. G: 
piano. [2900 

© 1 c. Feb. 2S, 191S; E 422124; 
Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 
Sleep; words by Edward Lockton, 
music by S. Jones [of England 1 

[2901 
© Dec. 3. 1917; 1 c. Dec. 7. 1917; 
E 420116; Sidney Jones, London. 

Slumber town ; words by A. L. IT., 
music by Colin Taylor [of Eng- 
land 1 ; junior unison song with 2nd 
treble part ad lib, and piano nee. 
4to. [2902 

© Feb. 3. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 4. 1918; 
E 4201G8; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Small (The) town gtrl; from Flo- 
Flo, words by George Stoddard, 
music by Silvio Hein [of U. S 1 

[2903 

(c) Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1918: E 415883: T. B. Harms ?z 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Smtle : words bv J. Ericson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[2.904 
© 1 c. Feb. 11. 1918: E 41G963 ; 
John Ericson, Pittsfield, N. II. 

Snookt-ms : rag. bv Chas. L. Johnson 

[of U. S.l ; piano. [290.-) 

© Fob. 9. 1918: 2 c. Feb. 11. 1918; 

E 410990; Forster music publisher, 

inc., Chicago. 

Society-bluer: fox-trot, by J. f?. 
Spikes [of U. S.l ; piano. [290G 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 191S; E 41. ",947; 
John Curry Spikes, Los Angeles. 



Soft moonbeams. Sec Frolics and 
fancies. 

Softly the shadows are stealing 
over the sunset sky : words by Roe 
Goulding. music by Arthur C. Morse 
[of U. S.l [2907 

© Feb. 10, 191 S: 2 c. Feb. IS, 
191S: E 41712S; C. , \V. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Sotr (Le) ; by Gabriel Dever [of Gront 

Britain] ; pianoforte. [290S 

© Jan. IS, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 7, 191S; 

E 4201SS; Joseph Williams, ltd., 

London. 

Sotr (Le) tomre, le rosstonol va 
chanter f1us mour1r au .tour nats- 
sant: musinue par Georges Migot 
[of France] ; trio pour hautbois, 
(flute on violon), violon et piano. 

[2909 
© Jan. 12. 191S; 1 c. Feb. 1. 1918; 
E 420139; Maurice Senart & cie., 
Paris. 

Soloter (The) ; sonnet by Rupert 
Brooke, music by John Ireland [of 
England] ; high voice. [2910 

© Dec. 19, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 4, 191 S; 
E 4201G2; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Soldter roy ; words and music by A. T. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2911 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 41599G; Albert Tracy Hunt- 
ington, South Orange, N. J. 

Soldier's (A) dream; words and arr. 
by Mrs. R. A. Smith, music by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud of Ethel Fisher 
of U. S.] [2912 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415927; 
Mrs. Roy A. Smith, Tunnel Hill, Ga. 

Soldier's (A) farewell; words by 
Mrs. W. M. Vandecar, melodv by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.l [2913 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 415S81 ; 
Mrs. W. M. Vandecar, Durham Cen- 
tre, Conn. 

Soldiers of the nations; words and 
music by Pearl A. Maggs [of 
Canada] ; key of B Oat. [2914 

© Feb. 9, 191S; 1 c. Feb. G. 191S; 
E 420190; Pearl A. Maggs, Chatham, 
Out, Canada. 

Soldier's (A) reverte; words and 
music by K. T. Lawry [of U. S.l 

[2915 
© Mar. G. 191S: 2 c. Mar. S. 191S; 
E 417GSG; Katherine Torrens Lawry, 
Wilmore, Kan. 



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2032 



Somebody's done me wbong, [and] On 

YOU WONDERFUL GIRLS : foX-tr<>t, b,V 

Will Skidmore and Win. B. Fried- 
lander, air. by Dave Kaplan I of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [291G 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Fob. 2S, 
1918; E 422127: Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 
Sometimes ; words and music by N. 
Picinl-Mersarean [of U. S.] [2017 

© 1 c. Nov. 3, 1917; E. 411S0S; 
Nina Picini-Mersereau, Sag Harbor, 
N. Y. 

Somewhere-back there; words by C. 
Davis, music by Sam Brobst [of 
U. S.] Pittsburg, Pa., Liberty music 
co. [291S 

© Feb. G. 1918: 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918; 
E 41G99G ; Cliff Davis, Pittsburg. 

Somewhere in France is my daddy; 
words by Cbas. H. Adams, music by 
J. E. Allemong [of U. S.l, op. G07. 
Roanoke, Va., Imperial music co. 

[2919 
© Nov. IS, 1917 : 2 c. Feb. 4. 191 S ; 
E 41G9BG: J. Edwin Allemong, 
Roanoke, Va. 

Somewhere in France wtth Old 
Glory: words and music by O. D. 
Woodill [of U. S.] [2920 

© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1918: E 415825; 
George D. Woodill, Elizabethtown, 
Pa. 

Somewhere in Hawatt ; words by 
Cvril J. MacMeekin. music by J. A. 
MacMeekin [of U. S.] [2921 

© Jan. 21. 1918: 2 c. Jan. 2S, 
1918: E 417042; John Alfred Mac- 
Meekin, San Francisco. 

Somewhere tn Indiana ; words and 
music by W. T. Harmon [of U. S.l 

r oqoo 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 191S; E 410031 ; 
William Tynan Hanuon, New York. 

Sonata no. it in a minor : by John Ire- 
land [of England] ; violin and pin no. 

[2923 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918: E 420275; Wintlirop Rogers, 
ltd., London. 

Son at?: en sol mtneur ; par Giuseppe 
Tartini, pour violon, nrr. par Dan- 
iel Herrmann [of France] ; with 
piano ace. [2924 

© Jan. 12. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1918; E 420128; Sociore anonyme des 

■ gditlons Ricordi, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 



Song of hope; Swedish folk-melody; 
words by Amy Sherman Bridgni.-in, 
music by A. S. Bridgman and Glen 
Carle [of U. S.l [2923 

© Feb. 13. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 4172G.">: Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Song (The) of the Sammtes; or 

America's answer, words and music 

by M. Bilbro [of U. S.] I292G 

© 1 c. Feb. S. 1918; E 41o917; 

Mathilde Bilbro, Gadsden, Ala. 

Song of the sun; three-part song, 
words by Henry Van Dyke, music 
by Edith Lang [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. [2927 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 2S, 
191S; E 422137; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Song (The) of the twenty-ninth 
division ; words by Lancelot Cayley 
Shadwell, music by Wilfrid Sander- 
son [of Great Britain] [292S 
© Jan. 19. 191 S; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
191S ; E 420277 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Songe d' amour ; par Wilfrid Sander- 
son, nrr. by Giacomo Marchisio [of 
England] for orch. with piano con- 
ductor. [2929 
© Dec. 31. 1917; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
191S; E 420120; Gould & Bolttler; 
London W., England. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Songs of the Allies : Mother Stoner's 
patriotic song book, [by] Winifred 
Sackville Stoner [of U. S.] cover- 
title, 24 p. 4to. |2930 
© July 0. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 4, 191S; 
aff. Jan. 17. 1918; A 4S1G20; Educa- 
tors assn., Ann Arbor. 

Sons of Australia ; march, by Alex. 
F. Ltthgow, nrr. by Lester Brockton 
[of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [2931 
© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422170; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Soul (The) of you; by Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond, a rr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.l, 
six saxophones with organ or piano 
ace. 4to. [2932 

© Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918: E 4221G0: Carl Fischer. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 13 



Sous le ciel rleu; liiarche de A. S. 
Petit, arr. par Hans Ourdine [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [2933 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1018 ; 
E 420144; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Souventr (Le) ; melodie d'Alexandre 
Georges, arrangee par Ad. Gauwin 
[of France], pour grand orch. res-' 
treint, piano condnctenr. [2934 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E -420081; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Souventr imperial ; marche de A. Bar- 
birolli, arr. par Hans Ourdine [of 
France] ; orchestre avec piano con- 
ducted. 4to. [2935 
© Jan. 12. 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420148; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Spinning wheel (Mon petit rouet) ; 
etude-polka, by Anton Schmoll, ed. 
by Joseph Gahm [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2936 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417283; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
ited version] 

Spirit (The) of America to-day; 
words by W. R. Freeman, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2937 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415901; 
Win. R. Freeman, Portland, Me. 

Spirit (The) of victory; by H. E. 
Cogswell [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band. 
2. Orch. [2938,2939 

© Feb. 15. 1918; 2 c. each, Feb. 
15,-1918; E 417080, 417081; Hamlin 
E. Cogswell, Washington. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

words and music by H. E. Cogs- 
well [of U. S ] [2940 
© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 4170S2; Hamlin E. Cogs- 
well, Washington. 

Spring fanctes ; by Nathan Sacks [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [2941 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 

E 415733; Thiebes piano co., St. 

Louis. 

Spring song ; words and music by Ed- 
gar Pinchot Crissman [of U. S.l ; 
sop. or ten. [2942 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 0, 191S; 
E 415821 ; Wm. A. Pond & co M New 
York. 



Spring waltz ; by H. A. Riker [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. [2943 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 415855; 
Harland A. Riker, Alliance, O. 

Springtime in Oklahoma ; words and 
music by M. F. Coors [of U. S.l 

[2944 
© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. IS, 191 S ; 
E 417139 ; Mary Florence Coors, Ok- 
lahoma City, Okla. 

Star of the North ; words and music 
by G. Sutheran [of Great Britainl. 

[2945 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 

E 420117; George Sutheran, London. 

Starry (The) flag; patriotic choral, 

words and music by R. Dewey [of 

U. S.] [294G 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417457; 

Richard Dewey, Wanwatosa, Wis. 

Stars and Stripes ; words by H. W. 
Woodward, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2947 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416976, 
Henry Winsor Woodward, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Stars and Stripes I pledge my life to 
thee; words and music by C. Aug 
[of U. S.] Cincinnati, Cincinnati mu- 
sic pub. co. [2948 
© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417456; Charles Aug, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Stars (The) and Stripes shall win, 
prevail; patriotic song, words by 
Salome Severn, music by P. B. Story 
[of U. S.] [2949 

© Oct. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 422153; Sara Storer, Red Lodge, 
Mont. 

Stay home at night, and love your 
wife, thats conservation ; words 
and music by Jack Ritchie [of U. S.l 
arr. by J. L. Ritchie [of U. S.l 

[2950 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1918; E 417271; 

John Lawrence Ritchie, Pittsburgh. 

Stork (The) ; words by Gilly Bear, 
music by Claude Walford [of U. S.l ; 
high or medium. [2951 

© Fab. 27, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422132; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 
Stornelli del cafone ; versi di Tony 
Ferrazzano, nmsica di G. Del Colle 
[of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn] 

[2952 
© Feb. 8, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 14 1918; 
E 415874; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 



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2971 



Success-mazurka ; by G. Bachmann, 
ed. by Joseph Gahm [of U. S.] ; 
pin no. [2953 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417278; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 

Suesse (Der) papa (Dear old dad) ; 
operette in drei akten, text und 
musik von Otto Goritz [of Germany, 
domiciled at New York] ; vocal score. 

[2954 
© June 1, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; D 19825; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Sunset dreams ; waltz, by James W. 

Casey [of U. S.] ; piano. [2955 

© Feb. 25, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1918 ; E 417453; Echo music pub. co., 

New York. 

Superfluous (The) courtship ; words 

by S. Fieser, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2956 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415891; 

Sebastian Fieser, Toronto, O. 

Sure we'll win ; words by Mrs. R. E. 
Muncy, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [2957 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416966; 
Mrs. R. Ellison Muncy, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Suspire; versi di V. Manente, musica 
dal L. Donadio [of Italy, domiciled 
at New York] [2958 

© Jan. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417140; Luigi Donadio & Vin- 
cenzo Manente, New York. 

Sweet, enduring peace; words by 
F. S. Shepherd, music by William 
Hammond [of U. S.] [2959 

© Oct. 8, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 417027; James M. Black, Will- 
iamsport, Pa. 

Sweet melodte ; words and music by 

E. Fortunato [of U. S.] [2960 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 422142; 

Eugenio Fortunato, Philadelphia. 

Sweetheart, do you care; words by 

F. Otis Drayton, music by James 
Spencer [of U. S.] [2961 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416887 ; Magazine-review pub. co., 
Boston. 

Sweetness itself; valse tendre, by 
Creamer-Lay ton [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2962 

© Jan. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 

E 415802 ; Artmusic inc., New York. 



Swing (The) in the orchard. Sec 
Pastoral pictures. 

Take a picture of mother with you; 

words and melody by Edward H. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2963 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1918; E 41701S; 

Edward H. Browne, Philadelphia. 

Take a tip from your Uncle Sam ; 
words by J. Naldrett, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2964 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; E 417050 ; J. 
-£ Naldrett, Fort Rock, Or. 

Take care of mother for me ; words 
and music by F. Cater [of U. S.J, 
arr. by Mildred Adair [of U. S.l 

[2965 
© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416865; Frances Cater, Green- 
ville, Ala. 

Take me back to home sweet home; 
words by J. F. Lambe, music by Sil- 
berman, Grock & Meher [of Eng- 
land], in G. [2966 
© Jan. 31, 191 S ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 420281 ; L. Silberman & A. Grock, 
London, England. 

Take me back to your garden of 
roses ; words and music by Harold 
B. Freeman [of U. S.] [2967 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1918 ; 
E 417031 ; Harold Freeman co., 
Providence, R. I. 

Take off your hat to the Sammies ; 

words and music by E. G. Cahoon 

[of U. S.] [2968 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 415804; 

Earl George Cahoon, Boise, Id. 

Tam O'Shanter ; by George Wm. War- 
ren, ed. by Joseph Gahm [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2969 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417280; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ed, version] [2970 

Tante Anna, tante Rosalie; sou- 
venirs d' Alsace, poesie de Andre 
Alexandre, musique de A. Chantrier 
[of France]. 

© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1918; E 420131; Societe anonyme 
des Editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Tarantelle; by S. B. Mills, op. 13. ed. 
by Joseph Gahm [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2971 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1918; E 417276; Carl Fischer, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

edited version] 



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Te Deum laudamus; words tradi- 
tional, music by Eliot H. Robinson 
[of U. S.J ; organ in P. 4to. |2972 
© Fel). 1, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1918; 
E 416929 ; Charles L. Hutchins, Con- 
cord, Mass. 

Tear (A) (Une larrae), by M. P. 
Moussorgsky, arr. by T. T. Noble 
Lof U. S.J ; org. Svo. obi. [-973 

© Feb. 19, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 417324; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Telephone sono ; from CirJ o' mine; 
words by Philip Bartolomae, music 
by Frank Tours [of U. S.J [2974 
© Feb. 13. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1918 ; E 417075 ; G. Schiriner inc., 
New York. 

Tennessee (A) lullarye; words and 
music by G. Burgess [of U. S.J 

[2975 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 191S ; E 41724G ; 
Grace Burgess, Los Angeles. 

That cute little rary of mine; 

words and music by Carnecchia [of 

U. S.J [297G 

© 1 c. Feb. IS, 191S; E 417123; 

Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. 

That organ playing harmony man 
of mine; words by J. G. M. Glick, 
music by Geo. P. Howard and Cass 
Downing Lof U. S.J [2977 

© 1 c. Feb. S, 191S; E 41GSG7; 
Jesse G. M. Glick, San Francisco. 

That's all one mother can do ; words 
by Ivan Keid, music by Peter De 
Kose [of U. S.J [297S 

© Jan. 29, 1918; 2 c. Fel). 19, 
1918 ; E 417174; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., New York. 

That's what I call home; words and 
music by Warren Hastings [of Ens- 
land]. [2979 
© Feb. G, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 12. 191S ; 
E 420241; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

That's why you're lttce an angel to 
me; words by Sam L. Kosenbauni, 
music by Joe Verges [of U. S.J 

[29S0 

© Doc. 27, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 19. 

1918; 1 c. Mar. S, 191 S; E 417GS2 ; 

Triangle music pub. co., New 

Orleans. 



Thetr last PARTrNG; words by N. Gil- 

liland, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.J 129S1 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 191S; E 41G9GS; 

Nora Gillilaud, Mineola, Tex. 

THEUE'LL RE SOMETHING ROrNG WHEN 

the war is over; words by Harry 
Tenney and Irving Maslof, melody 
by Abner Silver [of U. S.J [2982 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 191 S; E 4172G0; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

There's rlood upon the moon ; words 

by E. Braclnnan, melody by It. A. 

Browne lof U. S.J [29S3 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 191S; E 415SS0; 

Emily Braclnnan, Orange, N. J. 

They are fighting for liberty; 
words by A. F. Dannie, music by 
Marie K. Dannie [of U. S.J Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Will F. Denny co. [29S4 
© Feb. 25, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
191S; E 422141; Augustus F. Dan- 
nie, Brooklyn. 

They are tenting to-night tn far off 
France; words by J. Will Callahan, 
music by J. W- Callahan and 
Blanche M. Tice [of U. S.J [2985 
© Feb. 11. 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 417000; Blanche M. Tice 
music pub. co., Sioux City, la. 

They want it again ; words by Sam 
I.. Roseubaum, music by Joe Verges 
[of U.S.J [29S0 

© Jan. 18, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; Mar. S, 191S; E 417GS1; Tri- 
angle music pub. co., New Orleans. 

Thtnk of me; words and music by 

Frank Elling, Ed. Hoffman and Max 

Friedman [of U. S.J [29S7 

© Feb. 9, 191S: 2 c. Feb. 10. 1918; 

! E 415907 ; Max Friedman music pub. 
co., Pittsburgh. 

words by Clifford Grey, music by 

Nat. D. Ayer [of U. S.J [2988 

© Feb. 13, 191 S; 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1918; E 417017; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

This world would re heaven to me ; 

words and music by D. W. Paine [of 

U. S.J, arr. by Harry L. Alford |of 

U. S.J [2989 

© 1 c. Feb. 11. 1918; E 410913; 

• Delia Williams Paine, Toledo, O. 

Thomas (Charles Louts Amrroise) 
Raymond; the queen's secret, over- 
ture, by Arnbroise Thomas, arr. by 
W. F. Ambrosio [of U. S.l ; violin 
solo and miscellaneous string com- 



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no. 3.1 91 S 



5000 



Titom ,\ s ( Charles Louis Amdroise ) — 
Continued. 

l>i nations with ad lil) parts for flute 
and cornet with piano ace. [-090 
© Dec. 20. 1917; 2 e. Feb. 21, 
191S; K 41727."): Carl Fischer, New- 
York, f Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement J 

Those happy days gone hy : words and 
music by F. K. Duval [of U. S.l 

1 21)91 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 191S; E 41G979; 
Flora It. Duval, Chicago. 

Thoughts across the sea; words by 

E. J. Murphy, music by J. E. Audi no 

lof U. S.] 12992 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 191 S; E 4170G3; 

E. J. Murphy, St. Paul. 

Thoughts of mother ; words and mu- 
sic by A. II. Kleyn |of U. S.l, arr. 
by Arthur W. Fisk [of U. S. | 

[2993 
© 1 c. Feb. 2S. 191S; E 422119; 
Anthony Llenry Kleyn, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Thousand (A) and one Arartan 
nights; from Sinbad with Al. Jol- 
son, words by Harold Atteridge, mu- 
sic by Sigmund Romberg [of U. S.l 

12994 
© Feb. 14, 191S; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
191S; E 417131; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Three great dtg cheers tor Unct.e 
Sam ; words and music by V. Cour- 
ville [of U. S.] 12995 

© Feb. 18, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417255; Victor Courville, 
Punxsutawney, Pa. 

Three wise men (Les trois mages) ; 
French and Eng. versions by Ed- 
ward Bliss Heed, music by Nicholas 
Saboly, bar. by David Stanley 
Smith [of U. S.l ; mixed voices. 
piano ace, 4to. (In Provencal enrols 
no. 5) |2'J90 

© Feb. IS, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20. 
191S; E 415952; II. YV. Cray co., 
New York. | Copyright is claimed on 
harmonization] 

Three wonderful letters from noME; 
words by Ballard Macdonald and 
Joe Goodwin, music by .lames V. 
Hanley [of U. S.], arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann |of U. S.| 12997 

© 1 c. Feb. S. 191S: E 41G902; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. New 
• York. 



Thrills; vnlse by Charles AnclifTe [of, 
England 1 ; piano solo. |299S 

© Dec. 3. 1917; 1 c. Dec. 29, 19 IS; 
E 420212; llawkes & son, London. 

Thumhs up— thumps down ; words by 
Ballard Macdonald, music by I tarry 
Piani [of U. S.l, arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann lof U. S. | |299I> 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1918; E 415920; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Ti sovvenga ; versi di Angelo Bignotti, 

musica di M. Camugli [of Italy, 

domiciled at Buffalo] 13900 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 191S; E 417430; 

Maria Camugli, Buffalo. 

Tide (The) ; by Marion Bauer [of 
U. S.l, op. 10; piano. (Three im- 
pressions for the piano no. 1) [3001 
© Feb. 12, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1918: E 415859; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Time for play; waltz, bv Matilea 

Loeb-Evans [of U. S.l ; piano. [3002 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1918; E 417207; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Tis ttme for mtrth (Cit faisons re- 
jouissance) ; French and Eng. ver- 
sion by Edward Bliss lieed, music 
by Nicholas Saboly, bar. by David 
Stanley Smith [of U. S.l ; mixed 
voices, piano ace, 4to. {In Proven- 
cal carols no. 1) [3003~ 
© Feb. 18, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 415948; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonization 1 

To a lonesome heart; the soldiers 
ode, words and music by P. L. 
Specht [of U. S.l, in A flat; orch. 
4to. Beading, Pa., Monarch music 
co. [3004 

© Jan. 1, 191S; 2 c. Feb. S, 1918; 
E 417088; Paul Levi Specht, Read- 
ing, Pa. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement of song orchestration] 

-t — with cello obbl. Reading, 

Pa., Monarch music co. [3005 

© Jan. 1, 191S; 2 c. Feb. S, 1918; 
E 4170S9; Paul Levi Specht, Read- 
ing, Pa. [Copyright is claimed on 
corrections, additions and title page] 

To keep Old Glory wavtng; words. 
and music by Pearl Connor Ritrgs 
[of U. S.l [3000 

© Feb. 15. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417212; Willis music to., 
Cincinnati. 



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3007 



pt. ITT, h. S M V. 13 



TO THE HUSKIES OF THE U. S. A. ; 

■words by R. B. Karr, music by Nellie 
Lloyd [of U. S.j [3007 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 422143; Robert B. Kerr, 
Midland, Mich. 

To THINK I CRIED OVER YOTJ ; WOrdS 

and music by William Tracey and 
Jack Stern [of U. S.] [3008 

© Jan. 29, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 416913 ; Douglas & Newman music 
co., New York. 

To you; words by Mary Beatrice 
Gannon, music by Alex. M. Jareckie. 
[of U. S.] op. 16; piano. [3009 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417185; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Tobani (Theo. M.) Five favorite 
Yuletide songs; by various com- 
posers, arr. by T. M. Tobani [of U. 
S.]. Series II, 4to. Contents: O 
little town of Bethlehem. — It came 
upon the midnight clear. — Joy to the 
world. — Hark! the herald angels 
sing. While shepherds watched. 1. 
Military band. 2. Orch. 

[3010, 3011 

© Dec. 6, 1917; 2 c. each Feb. IS, 

1918 ; E 417314, 417315 ; Carl Fischer, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

To-day is the day ; from Girl o' mine, 
words by Philip Bartholomae, music 
by Frank Tours [of U. S.] [3012 
© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417076; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Tot-ee toi-ee toi-ee ; underneath the 
China moon, words and music by 
James Brockman [of U. S.] [3013 
© Oct. 23, 1917 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1918 ; 
E 4168S8; Kendis-Brockman music 
co., New York. 

Tommy's love; ou, Les amours de 
Tommie, paroles et musique de Raoul 
Moretti [of France] ; chant seul. 

[3014 
© Jan. 12, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1918; 
E 420153; Raoul Moretti, Geneve, 
Switzerland. 

Top (the) of the hill; words by 
Lindsay Clifford, music by Harold 
Samuel [of England]. [3015 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 191S ; 
E 420191 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 



Toto; selection [from musical play], 
by Archibald Joyce & Merlin Mor- 
gan, selected and arr. by Shipley 
Douglas [of Great Britain] ; mili- 
tary band. [3016 
© Jan. 24, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 420279; Ascherberg Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Touro-louro-louro ; French and Eng. 
versions by Edward Bliss Reed, 
music by Nicholas Saboly, bar. by 
David Stanley Smith [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, piano ace, 4to. (In 
Provencal carols no. 10.) [3017 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 191 S ; 
E 415957 ; H..W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion] 

Treasured (A) souvenir; words by 
Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry 
Piani [of U. S.], arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann [of U. S.] [3018 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 191S; E 415919; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Tri-color march ; by L. S. Roberts [of 
U. S.] ; instrumental. [3019 

© I c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417117; 
Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 

True love never runs smooth; 
words and music by O. Loraine [of 
Hungary domiciled at Chicago] 

[3020 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 415795; 
Oscar Loraine, Chicago. 

Trust in God at all times; festival 
anthem, words from psalm 62 & 146, 
music by G. Herbert Knight [of 
Great Britain] ; mixed voices and or- 
gan. (Choral music series 33, no. 
1315.) [3021 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 11. 1918 ; 
E 420226 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitcpi ) On, 
O thou soul ; marche Slav, words by 
Frederic Manley, music by P. I. 
Tschaikovski, adapted and arr. by N. 
Clifford Page [of U. S.] ; chorus 
mixed voices. 4to. [3022 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1918 ; 
E 415913 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on adap- 
tation and arrangement] 

Twilight (A) song; words and music 

by W. M. Watkins [of U. S.] [3023 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417330; 

Willard M. Watkins, Columbus 

Grove, O. 






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no. 3. 1018 



3042 



Two vacant seats ; words by C. 
Witcher, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3024 
© 1 c. Feb. 1G, 1018; E 415805; 
Cleo Witcher, Rocky, Okl. 

Ugetta bond ; words and music by N. 
H. De Laney [of U. S.] [3025 

© lc. Feb. 10, 1018; E 415077; 
Nellie H. De Laney, Clyde, N. Y. 

Uncle Sam, don't take my man 
away; words and music by Harold 
Shaw [of U. S.j [302G 

© Feb. S, 1018 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 101S ; 
E 415871; Chas. W. Hatch, Los An- 
geles. 

Uncle Sam is calling you and me; 
words and arr. by D. F. Galvin, 
music by M. Du Frerre [pseud of 
Ethel Fisher of U. S.] [3027 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1018; E 415040; 
David F. Galvin, Hebronville, Mass. 

Uncle Sam marching through Ger- 
many; words and music by W. A. 
Mott [of U. S.] [302S 

© Jan. 18. 1018; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1018; E 4172GS; William Albert 
Mott, East Greenwich, R. I. 

Uncle Sam's liberty hoys; words by 

J. H. Craven, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3020 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1018; E 416060; 

John H. Craven, Wampum, Pa. 

Uncle Sam's message to Kaiser Bill ; 
words by J. H. Norris. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3030 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 101S; E 4160G2; 
J. H. Norris, Peoria, 111. 

Under the flag of the free; words 
by L. A. Cobane, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [3031 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1018; E 415025; 
Lydia A. Cobane, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

U. S. (The) cantonment; grand 
march, by Chas. Astin [of U. SJ, op. 
180; piano. [3032 

© Dec. 31. 1017; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1018; E 415617; Martha & Frances 
Astin, Atlanta. 

U. S. forward for ever ; military 
march, by A. E. Norma [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3033 

© Feb. G, 1018 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1018 ; 
E 415008; Firchow music pub. co., 
Milwaukee. 



U. S. A. is on the job ; words by Leo 

Niederberg, music by J. Catarnichi 

[of U. S.] [3034 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1018; E 417428; 

Joseph Catarnichi, St. Louis. 

U. S. A. (The) soldier boys are off 
for Germ a nee ; words by G. 
Brothers, music by P. B. Story [of 
U. S.] New York, P. B. Story. 

[3035 
© Dec. 28, 1017; 2 c. Feb. 8. 1018; 
E 417020; G. Brothers, Florence, 
S. C. 

U. S. A. (The) will lay the Katser 
away; words by Jacob W. Dettli ng, 
music by Chas. Roy Cox [of U. S.l 

[303G 
© Feb. 11, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 1G, 
1018 ; E 417106 ; Buckeye music pub. 
co., Columbus, O. 

Valse amoureuse; by Leonardo De 
Lorenzo [of U. S.], op. 21, no. 2; 
flute and piano. [3037 

© Dec. 26, 1017; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1018; E 422173; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Valse Angeline; by Blanche M. Tice 

[of U. S.) ; piano. [3038 

© Feb. 11, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1018; E 417001; Blanche M. Tice 

pub. co., Sioux City, la. 

Valse Florienne; by F. L. Barron 
[of U. S.], violin. [3039 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1018; E 417431; 
Frank L. Barron, San Francisco. 

Valse intime. See Weber (Charles) 
Three dances. 

Valse joyeuse; bv C. C. Crammond 

[of U. S.L op. 03; piano. [3040 

© Feb. 20. 1018; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1018; E 417184; Theo Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Valse lente; par Daniel Lamotte [of 
France] ; piano. (Vers la musique et 
pour nos jeunes, no. 2.) [3041 

© Oct. 17, 1017; 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1018 ; E 420111 ; Pax, Jacques Vuille- 
min, Nantes, France. 

Veneziana open your lattice; words 
by Bernard Hamblen, Italian ver- 
sion and music by Pietro A. Yon Tof 
U. S.] ; high in A flat. [3042 

© Feb. 18, 1018 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 101S ; 
E 417323; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



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pt. tti. n. s.. v. 13 



Vet: a waltz; by Alex F. Lithgow, arr. 

by Lester Brockton [of U. S.J ; full 

orcli. 4 to. 13043 

© .T:in. 22. 101S: 2 e. Fob. 27, 191S; 

E 4221GS ; Curt Fischer, New York. 

Veronica; marcia, by M. Porrazzo [of 
U. S.J ; solo niaiiilolino e cliitarra. 

1 3044 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 191S; E 410955; 
MicJiele Porrazzo, Brockton, Mass. 

Victory; a soldier boy's Inst request, 
words and music by C. B. Weston 
[of U. S.J |3U4.j 

© Feb. S, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. IS. 191S; 
E 417109; Charles B. Weston, 
Brooklyn. 

words and music by N. Cnlnngelo 

Tof U. S.l, arr. by E. S. S. Hunting- 

ton [of U. S.J I304G 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 191S; E 41 TOGS; 

Nicholas Colangelo, Providence, K. I. 

-■ words by Master Aubrey Long, 

music by Mile. Andrie Rubanni [of 
Canada J . [304T 

© Feb. IS, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 4202GS; Anglo Canadian mu- 
sic publishers uss'n ltd., Toronto, 
! Canada. 

Victory waltz; by J. F. Jacobson [of 
U. S.J; piano. [304S 

© Feb. IS, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 191S ; 
E 41T233 ; Jules F. Jacobson, Cincin- 
nati. 

Vision r by Marion Bauer [of U. S.L 
op. 10; piano. (Three impressions 
for the piano no. 3) [3049 

© Feb. 12. 191S; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1918 : E 415861 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Vision glorieuse ; chanson marche, 
creee par M" ,e G. Lecompte [of 
France], paroles et musique d' Al- 
bert Larrieu. [3050 
© F-b. 10. 1918; 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1918; E 4202GG; Albert Larrieu, 
New York. 

Viston of Electra ; valse, by Adolf 
Letter [of Austria] ; piano. [3051 
© Dec. 10. 191 T; 1 c. Jan. 3, 191S; 
E 420210; Hawkes & son, London. 

Viva Wilson! Viva Dtazzo; versi e 
musica di Luigi Donadio [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] [3052 

© Feb. 14, 191S; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
191S; E 41T1G4; Ernesto Rossi, New 
York. 



Voglio turna' a mammena ; versi e 
musica di Gennaro Camerlingo [of 
Italy], canto e mandoline. 4to. 

[3053 
© Feb. 1, 191S; 1 c. Feb. S, 1918; 
E 420214; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Votce (The) of sprtng; words by 
Frank Bromley, music by Brycesoii 
Treharne [of U. S.J ; high voice in C. 

[3054 

© Jan. 19, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918; 

E 41G941 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Votce (The) of the guns; march, by 
Kenneth J. Alford [of England |; 
reed and brass band. 4to. [3055 

© Dec. 2S, 191T: 1 c. Jan. 21, 
191 S; E 42020S; Hawkes & son, 
London. 



Volte de Provence. 
chez nous. 



Sec Danses do 



Volunteer chotr. v. 5, no. 5, G, Feu., 
Mar., 1918; Editor, E. S. Lorenz, 
contributing editors, Ira B. Wilson, 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick [and others of 
U. S.J New York, Dayton, O. I etc.], 
Lorenz publishing company, 191S. 2 
v. 4to. [3056, 3057. 

© Jan. 7, Feb. 1, 191S; 2 c. and 
ait. Feb. 23, 191S; A 491T23, 491T24; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Volunteers' (The) goodrye to their 
sweethearts; words and music by. 
E. It. Miller [of U. S.l [3058 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 191S; 
E 415848; Ella Rebecca Miller, 
Trenton, N. J. 

Wagner (Richard) Bide of the Val- 
kyries (Walkurenritt) ; by R. W T ag- 
ner, re-arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of 
U. S.J ; full orch. [3059 

© Dec. 13, 191T; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 41T311; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement J 

War-bride's (The) prayer ; words and 
music by E. Ponsness [of U. S.l 

[3000 
© 1 c. Feb. 11. 191S: E 41G9T2; 
Eva Ponsness, Milford, la. 

Was my heart in your garden of 
love; words by Oscar Blaine Clow, 
music by W. G. Baxter [of U. S.l 

13001 

© 1 c. Feb. IS. 191S: E 417173; 

Wilson Grant Baxter, Minneapolis. 



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1070 



Washington; words by T. W. Snjre- 
nuiii, music by I. II. Smitli [of U. S.l 
Seattle, Sound music pub. co. | :>iKli! 

© Deo. 1, 1017; 2 c. Fob. 10, 191 S; 
E 41."940; Thomas William Sage- 
mail, Seattle. 

Way out wkst in new rocttelle; 
words by Ballard Macdonald, music 
by Harry Piani [of U. S. |. arr. by 
Eugene Plntznmnn [of U. S.] |:?0C3 
© 1 c. Fob. 8, 10IS; K 41GS0G; 
Sbapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Wayside flowers : six: melodious recre- 
ations, by Christian Schiifor (Albert 
Seymour). op. 10.">: piano. Contents: 
1. Rosemary. 2. Hummock song. 3. 
Lilacs in bloom. 4. Over the heath- 
er. 5. Foxgloves. 6. In the orchard. 

[30G4 
© .Tan. 17. 101S ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 101 £ ; 
E 42017G; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 

We are coming; marching song of 
America, words by Edith Willis 
Linn, music by John Philip Sousa 
[of U. S.| [30Go 

© Feb. 1G, 101S ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 101 S ; 
E 4150S0; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

We are coming, Kaiser Bill; words 
by M. E. Patton, music by N. B. 
Bansome [of U. S.] [30GG 

© Feb. 18, 101S ; 1 c. Feb. 20. 101S ; 
Mar. S, 101S; E 417GS3; Patton & 
Kansome, Toledo, O. 

We are here. La Fayette; a patriotic 
song, words and music by G. W. 
Beckman [of U. S.] I30G7 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 101 S; E 417000; 
Gertrude Wheeler Beckman, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 

We have to pull the katser from off 
his throne; words and music by C. 
J. Thomas fof U. S.J, arr. by Leon 
Copeland [of U. S.l [30GS 

© 1 c. Feb. IS, 101S; E 422123; 
C. J. Thomas, Green Bay, Wis. 

We'll re waiting, roys, for you; 
words and music by Amelie Lane 
McNeill [of Canada]. [30G9 

© Feb. 4, 101S: 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 420200; Amelia Lane McNeill, 
Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

We'll follow the Stars and Stripes 

to hell: words and music bv W. 

•Heed [of U. S.l 1 3070 

© 1 c. Feb. 20. 1018; E 417217: 

Waldo Heed, Westport Point, Mass. 



We'll make you stop, look and lis- 
ten; Kaiseu Bill; words by W. H. C. 
Harkness, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington lof U. S.| |.-.071 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 101S; E 41007S; 
W T . H. C. Harkness, Philadelphia. 

We'll never let the Kaiser win; 
words by Mrs. W. F. Unit, music 
by W. F. Lintt, lof U. S.|, harmony 
by Mrs. II. Sheeler Campbell. 1 307:2 
© Feb. 4. 101S; 2 c. Feb. p. 101S; 
E 4172G3; William F. Lintt, Lincoln, 
Neb. 

We'll sing for Sammy land: words 
and music by A. E. Man [of U. S.l 

1 31173 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 101S; E 4K.007; 
Albert Eugene Man, Wilkes Barre, 
Pa. 

We'll stand ry the Red, White and 

Blue; words and music by G. W. 

Forsythe [of U. S.] 13074 

© 1 c. Feb. IS, 101 S; E 4ir>0G5; 

George W. Forsythe, New York. 

AVe're all true Americans ; words and 
music by C. S. Conant [of U. S.l 
Concord, N. H. Harriott music co. 

1 3073 
© Feb. 10, 101S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
. 1018; E 41720S; Charles S. Conant, 
Concord, N. H. 

We're round for Berlin tn Germany; 
words and music by II. S. Johnson 
[of U. S.] 130715 

© 1 c. Feb. 2.1, 101 S; E 417414; 
Harold Sherwood Johnson, New 
York. 

We're gotn' to fly rtght tnto Ber- 
lin ; words by Sam Fikani and M. E. 
McSwain, music by M. E. McSwain 
[of U. S.] 13077 

© 1 c. Feb. 2o, 101S: E 41 7441 \ 
Melvin E. McSwain, Fort Smith, 
Ark. 

We're gotng to get the Kaiser : words 
and music by F. P. Mitchell I of 
U. S.l 3U7S 

© Feb. 5, 101S: 2 c. Feb. 11. 1018; 
E 41.-003; Frederic P. Mitchell, 
Burlington, Yt. 

We're th' roys from U. S. A. : words 
and music by W. Bromby [of Can- 
ada 1 13070 
© 1 c. Jan. 24. 1018; E 417024; 
Walter Bromby, Toronto, Canada. 



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We're the hoys; words and an*, by 
C. A. de Hindesone, music by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [3380 

© 1 c. Feb. 19. 1918; E 415937; 
Carlos A. de Hindesone, Boston. 

We wrix fight for the flag of free- 
dom ; words by R. T. Mackintosh, 
music by Isabel B. Gardner [pseud, 
of Isabel Baumgardner, of U. S.l, 
arr. by Otto Merz [of U. S.] [3081 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1918; E 417007; 
Ralph Taggart Mackintosh, Pitts- 
burgh. 

We will fight for the stars in Old 
Glory; words by R. J. Provance, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [30S2 

© 1 c. Feb. 11. 191S; E 416904; 
Ray J. Provance, Shinston, W. Va. 

Weber (Charles). Three dances; by 
C. Weber [of Greot Britain! ; piano. 
Contents : — 1. Valse intime. — 2. 
Maznrka.-rS. Minuet. [30S3 

© Jan. 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 4. 1918 ; 
E 420173 ; Schott & co., London. 

Well, that heats the Dutch ; words 
and music by J. B. Herbert [of U. S.J 

[3084 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918 ; 
E 415810; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Old. 

What d'ya think of that ; words by 
Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry 
Piani [of U. S.l, arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann [of U. S.l [3085 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E 416903; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

What's the use to worry when 
you're broke; words and music by 
Fred Moreland [of U. S.] [30SG 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1918 : E 415577 ; Ted Browne music 
co., Chicago. 

When I come rack to you ; we'll have 
a Yankee Doodle wedding, words 
and music by William Tracey and 
Jack Stern [of U. S.] [3087 

© Jan. 28, 1918 ; 2 c Feb. 4, 1918; 
E 410944: Douglas & Newman music 
co., New York. 

When I gaze into your eyes : words 
and melody by E. Olson [of U. S.l 

rsoss 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1917: E 41G954; 
Elmer Olson, Minneapolis. 



When I get home; words and music 
by L. E. Rudisill [of U. S.], arr. by 
Harry Wilson. [30S9 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417244; L. E. Rudisill, Lit- 
tle Switzerland, N. C. 

When I go upon my honeymoon; 
words by Ballard Macdonald, music 
by Harry Piani [of U. S.], arr. by 
Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] [3090 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E 41G897; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co. inc., New 
York. 

When I roam with Rosalind; words 
and arr. by T. E. Robinson, music by 
M. Du Frerre [pseud of Ethel 
Fisher of U. S.] [3091 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415935; 
T. Evans Robinson, Philadelphia. 

When it's cotton blossom time in 
Georgia ; words and music by Car- 
necchia, arr. by Russell Robinson 
[of U. S.] [3092 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417122; 
Duke Carnecchia, Chicago. 

When Johnny comes a-marchtng 
home again ; one-step, words and 
music by R. R. Reinhardt [of U. S.l 

[3093 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417168; 
Ralph Robert Reinhardt, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

When love is near; words by E. V. 

Sloats, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.j [3094 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 41589T; 

Emma V. Sloats, Evansville, Ind. 

When our boys go in ; words and 
music by R. B. Corliss [of U. S.] 

[3095 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415944; 

Reginald Bliss Corliss, Philadelphia. 

When our flag waves victorious, I'll 
come back to you; waltz song, 
words and music by J. Jones [of 
U. S.] [3096 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 422130; 
Jennie Jones, Laurens, S. C. 

When our soldier boys get back to 
the U. S. A. ; words by H. Penny, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3097 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 416965; 
Harry Penny, New York. 






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When Pershing says, Let's go; 
words by Walter J. Coe, music by 
Paul Kellogg [of U. S.] Buffalo. 
N. Y., Kelco-Bay pub. co. [309S 

© Feb. 7. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 9. 191S ; 
E 415797 ; Harry Sutherland Bailey, 
Buffalo. 

When shadows fall; by E. Clinton 
Keithley, transcribed by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.l ; six saxophones 
with organ or piano ace. 4to. [3099 

© Feb. 14. 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 42216G: Carl Fischer. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

When the coys come home ; words by 
E. Sheldon Darling, music by J. A. 
Parks [of U. S.] ; male voices, piano 
ace, 4to. [3100 

© Fab. 14. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; E 417111; J. A. Parks co., 
York, Neb. 

When the boys come home with 
glory; words by W. L. Laulier 
music by Juna B. Lauher [of U. S.j 

[3101 
© Feb. 21, 1918: 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918 ; E 422147 ; William L. Lauher, 
Kansas, 111. 

When the boys come marching 
home; words and music by J. Fer- 
don [of U. S.] [3102 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417434; James Ferdon, 
Cincinnati. 

When the boys come sailing home ; 
words and music by C. J. Novak 
[of U. S.] [3103 

© Feb. 11, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417096; Chas. J. Novak, 
Chicago. 

When the flowers bloom on no 
mans land ; what a wonderful day 
that will be, words by Howard E. 
Rogers, music bv Archie Gottler [of 
U. S.] [3104 

© Feb. 12, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; E 416917; Kahnar Puck & 
Abrahams cons., inc., mus. publish- 
ers. New York. 

When the girl you leave behind 
you ; words by M. A. Estep, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[3105 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415S99; 
Minnie A. Estep, Pittsburgh. 



When the roll is called in France 
you'll find me there; words by V. 
Ochs, music by G. Watson [of Eng- 
land]. [3100 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 191S; E 420267; 
Viol?t Ochs, St. Louis. 

When the Sammies cross the Rhine ; 
words and music by T. H. West [of 
U. S.] [3107 

© Feb. 27. 1918 : 2 c. Mar. 8, 191S ; 
E 417684 ; Thomas H. West, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

When the soldier boys come march- 
ing home ; words and music by 
F. D. Hall [of U. S.] Bennington, 
Yt., Frank Hall & S. Yon Sitas. 

[3108 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417224 ; Frank D. Hall, Ben- 
nington, Yt. 

When there's a home sweet home on 
every shore; words and music by 
Joe Guinan [of U. S.] [3109 

© Feb. 11. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918 : E 417002 ; Guinan & Felt, De- 
troit. 

When they come back ; words and 
melody by C. M. Smith [of U. S.l 

[3110 
© 1 c. Feb. 11. 191S; E 416922; 
Charley Mathew Smith, San Fran- 
cisco. 

W t hen we come back ; words and mu- 
sic by J. H. Cook and O. L. Cook I of 
U. S.] [3111 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 417098: J. Harry Cook & 
Ora Lyon Cook, Des Moines. 

When we go over the top ; patriotic 
song, words and music by F. Tem- 
pleton [of U. S.l [3112 

© Feb. 18. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417239; Frank Templeton, 
Toledo, O. 

When we're apart; words by Lillian 
Wood, music by Arthur A. Penn [of 
Canada] ; low voice in B Hat. 3113 
© Feb. 8. 191S; 1 c Feb. 11, 191S; 
E 420232; Thompson pub. co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 

When you came to me : words by A. J. 
Johnson, music by Fred. L. Hogan 
Tof U. S.l (Cover-title: Wonderful 
hour when you came to me.) 13114 
© Feb. 16, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918: E 417127; Annie June John- 
son, Boston. 



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When you come back, dear : words 

mid music by Rachel Loveduy I of 

England] ; in D. [3113 

© Nov. 22, 1017; 1 c. Feb. 5, 191S; 

E 420171 ; Phillips & Page, London. 

When you come back to home sweet 
home; words and music by J. II. 
Briscoe [of U. S.] Los Angeles, Edw. 
L. BuNenger music pub. co. 3110 

© Feb. 14, 101 S: 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417421; J. Howard Briscoe, 
Los Angeles. 

When you ktss your soldier-boy 
good-rye; words and music by M. It. 
Brown, arr. by H. O. Wheeler [of 
U. S.] 3117 

© Dec. 31, 1017; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1018 ; E 415971 ; M. Russell Brown, 
Independence, Mo. 

When you sang hush-a-bye baby' to 
me; words by Jesse G. M. Glick, mu- 
sic by Abe Olman and Frederic 
Knight Logan [of U. S.] 1 31 IS 

© Feb. 0, 101S; 2 c. Feb. 11, 101S; 
E 41G002; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

Whti.e shadows fall; song on the 
melody of Dream thoughts, words by 
1'. C. Cole, music by Eric R. Moss 
[of New Zealand.] 13110 

© Sept. IS, 1017; 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1018; E 4201 01; Allan & co., prop, 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

While shepherds watched. See To- 
bani (Theo. M.) 

While we go marching through 
France boys ; words by G. H. W. 
Cloud, music by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [3120 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1018; E 417437; 
George H. W. Cloud, Coatesville, 
Pa. 

Whil'st we're apart; words and music 
by P. S. Jones [of U. S.] [3121 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 101S; E 4170GG ; 
Pleasant S. Jones, New York. 

Whistle for it; words and music by 
J. B. Herbert [of U. S.] [3122 

© Jan. 1, 1018; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1918; 
E 415811; W. E. Edmiaston, Okla- 
homa City, Old. 

Who's Hoover; words by C. M. Wil- 
liams, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.J [3123 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918: E 41G9S0; 
C. M. Williams, Port Allegany, Pa. 



Why don't you speak to me ; let's 
be the same old friends, words by 
Cyril John MacMeekin, music bv J. 
A. MacMeekin [of U. S.] [3124 

© Jan. 21, 191 S; 2 c. Jan. 2S, 
1918; E 417041; John Alfred Mac- 
Meekin, San Francisco. 

Why seek ye the living among the 
dead; Easter anthem, words from 
Scripture, music by W. G. Owst [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, org. ace, 4to. 
(G. S. 8vo. choruses no. G723) 

13125 

© Feb. 7, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 101S; 

E 415842; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Will you be mine when I get back; 

words and music by A. Aronson 

[of U. S.] 13120 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1018; E 415073; 

Abe Aronson, Brooklyn. 

Will you say to my dear mammy; 
words by M. C. Thornton, music by 
Wm. Rahner [of U. S.j [3127 

© Feb. "IS, 101S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1018; E 417227; M. C. Thornton, 
New Albany, Iiid. 

Will you wait for me; words and 
music by K. J. Allen [of U. S.l 

13128 
© 1 c. Feb. 11. 101 S; E 41724S; 
Robert J. Allen, Minneapolis. 

William Tell. See Rossini (G. A.) 

With every thought of you ; word i 
by Scuyler Green, melody by G. V. 
Kaufman [of U. S.l, arr. by Charles 
A. Grant [of U. S.] [3120 

© lc. Feb. 11, 1018; E 41G000; 
Gravereat loung Kaufman, Short 
Hills, N. J. 

Women, wine and jazz; from Follow 
the girl, words by Henry M. Blos- 
som, music by Zoel Parenteau I of 
U. S.l 13130 

© Feb. 13. 101 S; 2 c. Feb. 15, 101 S; 
E 415885; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Wonderful boy ; words by F. J. Deg- 

huee. music by George Joseph Gould 

[of U. S.l J 3131 

© 1 c. Feb. 11. 101S; E 41G919; 

Frederick Jean Deghuee, Brooklyn. 

Wonderful (The) dream. Sec Frolics, 
and fancies. 

Wondering tf you care; words by 
Billy Hallett, music by Harry Iluber 
[of U. S.l |3132 

© Feb. 9, 191S: 2 c. Feb. 13, 191S; 
E 41 "849: Kay-See music co., Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 



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no.?,. IMS 



1151 



Won't you let me cat.t, you bary 
doll: words ami music by Jack 
Ilitchie | of U. S.] ; arr. by .7. L. 
Ritchie [of U. S.l [SK53 

© 1 p. Feb. 20. 101S; E 417270; 
John Lawrence Kite! lie, Pittsburgh. 

Wop-ology; words awl music by ,T. A. 
Sheer, arr. by Muriel S. Darling fof 

u.s.i |3i:w- 

© 1 c. Fell. 19, 191S; E 415909; 
James Anthony Sheer, Maspelh, 
Long Is., N. Y. 

Word (The) of God: anthem, words 
find music by Jules Jordan fof 
U. S.l : bass solo and chorus. (Oc- 
tavo series no. 500) [3L35 
© Sent. 1, 1917: 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918; 
E 41GS73; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 

Word (The) that leads to glory; 
words by Doris Charles, music by 
Nellie Simpson fof Englandl. no. 1 
in E flat ; no. 2 in F ; no. 3 in G. 

[3136-3138 
© Feb. 5, 191S: 1 c. each, Feb. 
7, 1918: K 4201S4-4201SG ; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 

Would of the past: words by Edward 
Lock ton. music by Howard Fisher 
[of England 1 13139 

© Feb. 5, 1018: 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; 
E 420254; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

World's (The) freedom; words by E. 
Wright, music by W. Stelfe fof 
U. S. ] [3140 

© Feb. 18, 191 S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417237; Ellen Wright, New 
Haven. 

Wyoming ; words by E. Barber, mel- 
ody by It. A. Browne [of U. S.l 

f3141 

© 1 c. Feb. S. 191 S; E 41G910 ; E. 
Barber, Sheridan, Wy. 

Yankee Doodle go to France; words 
by W. Newell, music by It. A. 
Browne, arr. by Andrew A. Hold- 
haus [of U. S.] 13142 

© 1 c. Feb. 23. 191S; E 415999; 
William Newell, Oak Point, Wash. 

Yankees (The) are coming; march 
song, words and music by M. Mc- 
Clure-Stitt [of U. S.] [3143 

© Jan. 19, 191S; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
191S; E 417229; Margaret MeClure- 
Stitt, Washington Court House, O. 



Yanks (The) are going over: words 

by F. W. Stodgell. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington |of U. S.l |3144 

© 1 c. Feb. 11. 191S; E 41G9S1 ; 

Frank W. Stodgell, Detroit. 

Ye sons of our land; words and mu- 
sic by K. B. Mugt'ord [of U. S.l 

13145 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415975; 
Katherine Barron Mugford, Bowes- 
mont, N. D. 

Yiddtsha (A) soldier man; words 

and melody by C. E. Fucignas |<>£ 

U. S.] 1 3140 

© 1 c. Feb. S, 191S; E 41GSGG; 

Cornelia E. Fucignas, Brooklyn. 

You can always come rack to me; 
words and music by Howard Flynn 
[of England 1 |3147 

© Feb. 1, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 15, 191S; 
E 42025G; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
Loudon. 

You've got to Hoo-oo-oovertze ; words 
and music by J. S. Burris [of U. S.l 

[3143 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 191 S; E 417250; 
J. S. Burris, Kenton, O. 

You who seek to live in splendor ; 
(Toi qui cherches tes del ices) ; 
French and Eng. version by Edward 
Bliss Iteed, music by Nicholas 
Saboly, bar. by David Stanley 
Smith [of U. S.l ; mixed voices, 
pianos ace, 4to. (In Provencal 
carols no. 3) [3149 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 415950; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonization] 

Young England; selection from the 
light opera, by G. H. Clutsam and 
Hubert Bath [of England) : reed 
and brass band. [3150 

© Jan. 25, 191S; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1918; E 4202G3; Hawkes & sou, 
London. 

Your lad and my lad ; words by 
Randall Parrish, music by Itossetter 
G. Cole [of U. S.] [3151 

© Feb. 12. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
191S; E 415S5S; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Zampa ; overture, by Louis J. F. 
Herold, arr. by Jul. Weiss [of 
U. S.l ; violin solo and miscellaneous 
string combinations with ad lib 



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Zampa — Continued. 

parts for flute and cornet with 
piano ace. [3152 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 417288; Carl Fischer, New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

ZOELLNER QUARTET REPERTOIRE ; album 

of twelve selected masterpieces ed. 
by Joseph Zoellner, sr. [of U. S.l ; 
string quartet. [3153 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E. 422172; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



5e sonate en Ut mineur. 
hoven (Ludwig van) 



Sec Beet- 



13e sonate en Mi remol maj. Sec 
Beethoven (Ludwig van) 



17e sonate en Re mineur. 
hoven (Ludwig van) 



Sec Beet- 



59th infantry march ; by G. Capria 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3154 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417411; 
Gaetano Capria, Camp Greene, N. C. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1917: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 2 unpublished) 11 
Class E, Musical compositions (including 272 unpublished) 3,143 



Total 3, 154 



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RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [3154 



All aboard for home sweet home. 

[1 
© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc.. New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 135. 

BlXG BANG BING 'EM ON THE KHEIN. 

[2 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Blue deeams waltz ; by William H. 

Rees. [3 

© William H. Rees, New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 26, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 133. 

Bring back my soldier boy to me. [4 
© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7; 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Caltcoco; by Frey. [5 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 132. 

Can \ou ask more; gitana, a Spanish 
novelty. [6 

© Artmusic, inc.. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 20, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 131. 

Cathedral chimes. [7 

© Standard music co., Providence. 
R. I. Notice rec'd Mar. 25, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 139. 

Christmas tide; from Words and 
music. [8 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 134. 

Cleopatra. [9 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 20, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3. p. 132. 

("om;; back to Ireland and me; Texas 

fox trot. [10 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 133. 



Dodola ; by Frey. [11 

© G. Ricordi & co.. inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 132. 

Down in Cairo town. [12 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 26, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Down where the jack o' lanterns 

grow. 1 13 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Each stitch is a thought of you 
dear. [ 14 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 25, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 133. 

Every thing looks rosy and bright; 

from Words and music. [15 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5. 1918; recorded. 

v. 3, p. 134. 

Eyes (The) of youth see the truth ; 

[16 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23. 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

For the two of us. [17 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7. 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Girl of my heart. [18 

© Jos. W. Stem & co.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 138. 

Gtve ME A kiss by numbers. [19 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 2,6, 1918; recorded. 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Good-bye Barney boy. [20 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No 
tice rec'd Mar. 14. 1918; recorded 
v. 3. p. 137. 



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Good morning Mr. Zip, Zip, Zip. [21 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar 7, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Harmony jazz waltz. [22 

© Warner C. Williams, Indian- 
apolis. Notice rec'd Mar. 11, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 

Hawaiian blues. [23 

© Clarence R. Jones, Albany, N. 
Y. Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3. p. 138. 

He's got those big blue eyes like 

you daddy mine. [24 

©' M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 134. 

Hick-up blues; fox trot; piano. [25 
© Rudolph O. Erlebach, Wood- 
cliff, N. J. Notice rec'd Feb. 20, 
1918 : recorded, v. 3, p. 131. 

Hip, hip hooray for the good old 
U. S. A. [26 

© Warner C. Williams, Indian- 
apolis. Notice rec'd Mar. 11, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 

Hummer rag. [27 

© Warner C. Williams, Indian- 
apolis. Notice rec'd Mar. 11, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 

I couldn't go to Ireland so Ireland 

CAME TO ME. [28 

© Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd March 
11, 1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 

I hate to lose you. [29 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Fed. 23, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3. p. 134. 

I'll think of you; from The rainbow 

girl. [30 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 134. 

I'm crazy over every girl tn France. 

[31 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

I'm longing always dear for you. 

[32 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. )). 134. 



I'm making a study of the beautiful 

GIRLS. [33 

© Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7. 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 135. 

I'm the old man in the moon. [34 
© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 133. 

I picked a rose in the garden of 

LOVE. [35 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

I want a boy; from Going up. [36 
© M. AVitmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

I WANT A DADDY LIKE YOU. [37 

© Broadway music corporation, 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7. 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 135. 

i wish i was in the land of cotton 
now. [38 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 25, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 133. 

In moonlight ; by Goode. [39 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918 : recorded, 
v. 3, p. 138. 

In the spotlight. [40 

© Jerome H. Remich & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 20, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 132. 

Jasmo ; by John N. Klohr. [41 

© John Church co., Cincinnati. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 23. 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 132. 

Just a baby's prayers at twilight. 

[42 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

Just a bit of driftwood on the sea 

OF LIFE. [43 

© Chas. K. Harris. New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 19, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 139. 

Just you and I. [44 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. £3, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 



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K-K-K-KATY. [45 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 20, 1918; recorded, v. 
3. p. 139. 

Kee-to-kee; fox trot. [46 

© Artmusic, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar 7, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 135. 

Keep cool, the country's saving fuel ; 

I had to come home in the dark. [47 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3. p. 138. 

Keep the trench fires going for the 

hoys gut there. [48 

© Harry von Tilzer music pub. CO., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23. 

j 918 : recorded, v. 3, p. 133. 

Keep your head down, Fritzy boy. [49 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter. New York. Notice rec'd 

Fell. 25, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3. p. 133. 

Kiss me: from Going up. [50 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Lafayette, we hear you calling. [51 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 133. 

Last (The) long mile. [52 

© T. B. Harms co.. New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3. ]». 133. 

Little (A) bit of sunshine erom 

home. [53 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 13, 

191S : recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 

Love ! love ! love ! from The grass 

widow. [54 

© M. AVitmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5. 1918; recorded. 

v. 3. p. 134. 

Makin's (The) of the U. S. A. [55 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
<o., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 : recorded, v. 3, p. 133. 

Mammy's little Pansy. [56 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 : recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

Midsummer caprice; by Johnston. 

[57 
© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 138. 

191 



Misteb drummer; from The rainbow 

girl. [58 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3. ]). 134. 

Mothers ok France. 

© Meyer Cohen music pub. 
Now York. Notice rec'd Mar. 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 139. 



159 

CO., 

20, 



My dream of peace. 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 



[60 

inc., 

13, 



My Irish song OF songs. [61 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Not ice rec'd Feb. 27, 1918 : recorded, 
v. 3. p. 135. 

My little service flag has seven 

STARS. [62 

© Jerome H. Remick & co.. New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

My love is for thee; from The rain- 
bow girl. [63 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 134. 

My* mother's eyes. [64 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 20, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 132. 

My sweet Egyptian Rose ; intro. Get a 
jazz band to jazz the Yankee doodle 
tune ; one step. [65 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 138. 

N' everything. [66 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918, 
recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Oh! Harry! Harry! [67 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 15. 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 139. 

Oh! lady! lady; inst. : You found 
me and I found you : and chorus of 
When the ships come home. [6S 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 25, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 133. 

Old maid blues. [69 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Feb. 25, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 133. 



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One reel hot time ; when we all meet 
oyer there. [70 

© Clarence R. Jones, Albany, N. 
Y. Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 138. 

Ostrich walk. [71 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 9, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 137. 

Over in hero land. [72 

© Meyer Cohen music pub. co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 135. 

Polly, pretty Polly, Polly with a 

PAST. [73 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Polly with a past. [74 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 27, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Rag doll ; from Words and music. 

[75 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Rain song ; by Goode. [76 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 138. 

Rainbow (The) march. [77 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Fell. 27, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 134. 

ROCK-A-BYE YOUR BABY r WITH A DlXIE 
MELODY. [78 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Romance land. [79 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

Roses of Picardy ; words by Fred E. 
Weatherly, music by Haydn Wood. 

[80 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 137. 

Salvadore; by Federlein. [81 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 138. 

Sarah from Sahara ; by Frey. [82 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 132. 



Send me a picture of baby. [83 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

She's the kind of a girl that any 

FELLOW COULD LIKE. [84 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

Some day they're coming home again. 

[85 
© M. W T itmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 

Spanish. [86 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

Take me to flowerland with you; 
words by Dorian George, music by 
Dorothy Forster. [87 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 8, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 136. 

Texas blues. [88 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 134. 

That's all one mother can do. [89 
© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 135. 

That's the Irish in me. [90 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

That's what God made mothers for. 

[91 
© Meyer Cohen music pub. co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 
25, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 138. 

Their hearts are over here. [92 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

There it is again ; intro : What I'm 

longing to say. [93 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 2, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 135. 

There's a lump of sugar in Dixie. 

[94 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3 p. 136. 



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TlGEB RAG. [95 

© Leo Foist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 9, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 137. 

Tjgeb Rose. [9G 

© Leo Foist, inc.. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 27, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 134. 

TO A LONESOME HEART. [97 

© Monarch music co.. inc., Read- 
ing, Pa. Notice rec'd Mar. 20, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3. p. 139. 

17. S. FIELD ARTILLERY MARCH; by John 

Philip Sousa. [98 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 19, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 139. 

Valerie; by Federlein. [99 

© J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 138. 

Volunteers (The) march; by John 
Philip Sousa. [100 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 19, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 139. 

We're coming back to you. [101 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Feb. 20, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3. p. 132. 

Wedding bells. [102 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 

1918 : recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

What a wonderful dream it would 

be. [103 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 3, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 135. 

What ll we do with him boys. [104 

© Joe Morris music co., New 

' York. Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 1918; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 138. 
"What more can a woman give. [105 
© Monroe H. Rosenfeld, New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 
When I dee send me to my maw. [106 
© Warner C. Williams, Indian- 
apolis. Notice rec'd Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 
When I'm through with arms of 

THE ARMY. [107 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York, 
Notice rec'd Feb. 26, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 134. 



When the curtain falls. [108 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

When the dream is there ; words by 
Edith Rutter-Leatham, music by Guy 
D'Hardelot. [109 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 8, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 136. 

When the war is over I'll return 

to you. [110 

© Meyer Cohen music pub. co.. 

New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 135. 

When you come back ; by Frey. [Ill 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 23, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 132. 

Who do you love. [112 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day 

& Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Feb. 25, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 133. 

Why do they all take the night 

boat to Albany. [113 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 136. 

You can't run around with a lot of 
little girls, if you want to run 
around with me. [114 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 13, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 137. 

You may be a doggone dangerous 

GIRL. [115 

© Al Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 136. 
You mustn't fish in my fish pond. 

[116 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3. p. 138. 

You're a better man than I am, 

GUNGADIN. [117 

© Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 22, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 139. 
You're in style when you're wear- 
ing A SMILE. [118 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 1918; 

recorded, v. 4, p. 136. 

You're the nicest of them all ; from 

The rainbow girl. [119 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 5. 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 134. 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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PART 3: 
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INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1918 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
No. 4 



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The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions.— (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann 
Sebastion) ; Balfe (Michael William) ; Beethoven (Ludwig van) ; Brahms 
(Johannes); Chopin (Frederic Francois); Gluck (C. W. von); Gounod 
(Charles Francois) ; Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) ; Haydn (Franz Josef) ; Liszt 
(Franz) ; MacDowell (Edward Alexander) ; Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) ; 
Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) ; Schubert 
(F. P.) ; Schumann (Robert Alexander) ; Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; Verdi 
(Giuseppe); and Wagner (Richard). In case of all such works, however, 
there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as "Ftinf studien," "12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office, 

(ii) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



Ase's death. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Abide with me ; words by H. F. Lyte, 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, jr. [of 
U. S.] [3155 

© Alar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
B 422369; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Abraham Lincoln what would you 
do ; words by C. Hirsh, music by 
Baker and Blink [of U. S.] Mil- 
waukee, Metropolitan music pub. co. 

[3156 

© Feb. 1. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 

E 418621; Carol Hirsh, Milwaukee. 

Accepted (The) time; hymn, words 
by Ben F. Battenfield, music by H. 
G. Tovey [of Australia, domiciled at 
Cynthiana, Inch] [3157 

© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419613; Herbert G. Tovey, Cyn- 
thiana, Ind. 

Adoration ; by I. Joseph [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. New York, Luck- 
hardt and Belder. [3158 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 42239i ; Israel Joseph, New 
York. 

Adrift with cupid ; words by A. Bam- 
berger, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [3159 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417379; Adelaide Bartberger, 
Pittsburgh. 

Aerial fleet (Flotta aerea) ; valse 
brill ante, by A. Anelli [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. 

[3160 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 418888; 
Alfred Anelli, New York. 

Aep^ girl; fox-trot, by Ramond 
Thompson, arr. by Maurice Arnold 
[of U. S.] ; orch., 4to. [3161 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1918 ; 
E 417814 ; R. Frank Thompson, New 
York. 



After ; words by Amy Ashmore Clark, 
music by Muriel Pollock [of U. S.] 

[3162 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 4.18509; M Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

After a thousand years ; fox-trot, by 
James V. Monaco, arr. by T. M. 
Taylor [of U. S.] 4to. Full orch. 
2. Military band. [3163, 3164 

1. © Feb. 12, 1918; 2. © Feb. 2, 
1918; 2 c. each Mar. 25, 1918; E 
417962, 417965 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

After all; words by Don Valentine, 
music by Walter Louis Rosemont 
[of U. S.] New York, Orpheus music 
co. [3165 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 417729; Walter L. Rose- 
mont, New York. 

After all and after all; words by 

Mary Carolyn Davies, music by 

E. G. Kay [of U. S.] [3166 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1918; E 419417; 

Emily Grace Kay, St. Paul. 

After the storm ; reverie by C. John- 
son [of U. S.] ; violin. [3167 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 419148; 
Claude Johnson, Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

After the war is over; then we'll 
come sailing back to you, words and 
music by J. J. Dealy and B. 
Kraemer [of U. S.] arr. by George 
De Witt. New York, Dealy & 
Kraemer music pub. co. [3168 

© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417642; James Jay Dealy and 
Bertha Kraemer, New York. 

words by W. A. Sutton, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S] 

[3169 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419340; 
W. A. Sutton, Fillmore, Cal. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



After the war is over — Continued. 
words by W. G. Yoerger, music 

by Julius Joseph Bachmann [of 

U. S.] [3170 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418614; 

William George Yoerger, Rochester, 

N. Y. 

After the war is over we'll have a 
better world ; words and music by 
M. M. Gerberich [of U. S.], arr. by 
Jerome H. Remick's arr. dept. [of 
U. S.] [3171 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417336; 
Mabel Mason Gerberich, Rockaway 
Beach, N. Y. 

Ah ! silent moon ; words and music 
by F. W. Holloway [of Great Brit- 
ain] op. 59, no. 2 ; medium voice. 
(Song poems, no. 2) [3172 

© Feb 25, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 420398; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Air. See Bach (J. S.) 

Aletchartchar ; chant patriotique ar- 
menien, paroles et musique de K. 
Proff-Kalfaian [of U. S.] [Arme- 
nien and French] [3173 

© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422031; K. Proff-Kalfaian, 
Boston. 

Algerini (Gli) ; words by T. Ferraz- 
zano, melody by Marino Caruso [of 
Italy, domiciled at Paterson, N. J.] 

[3174 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 418696; 
Tony Ferrazzano, Paterson, N. J. 

Alhambra; processional march, by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 
343, no. 3, ed. by Elmore R. Conlon ; 
violin and piano. Boston, Evans mu- 
sic co. [3175 
© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417542 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Alice, where art thou ; by J. Ascher, 
arr. by J. H. Johnstone [of U. S.] 
1. Mandocello solo with mandola or 
mand. obi. 2. Mand. solo duo style. 
[3176, 3177 
© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. each Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417711, 417712 ; James Hart 
Johnstone, Kalamazoo, Mich. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

All aboard for home sweet home; 
words by Addison Burkhart, music 
by Al. Piantadosi and Jack Glogau 
[of U. S.] [3178 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417581; Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., 
New York. 



All' ave, Maria; presso una culla, 

words from the Liturgy, musica di 

Mario Lafragola [of Italy] [3179 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 

E 420346 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

All hail the power; words anon., 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, jr., [of 
[U. S.] [3180 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422375; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

All hail! thou blessed day, all 
hail; Easter anthem, words by L. 
S. Spence, music by William R. 
Spence [of Canada] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [3181 

© Jan. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 422000; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

All hail to thee, America; words 
and music by Mrs. J. P. Shanks [of 
U. S.] [3182 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418814; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

All hail to thee, Old Glory; words 
and music by S. M. Hawk [of U. S.] 

[3183 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918 ; E 417463 ; 
S. M. Hawk, Kankakee, 111. 

All hands 'round; merry dance, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 113; 
pianoforte. (Memory pictures, no. 
15112) [3184 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418644; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

All I want is you just you; words 
by Edward P. Womack, music by 
Harry P. Guy [of U. S.] [3185 

© Mar. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918 ; E 419422 ; J. Cohen & co., De- 
troit. 

Allegiance; patriotic song, words and 
music by J. Smith [of U. S.] [3186 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1918; E 417758; 
Julia Smith, Boston. 

Alleluia, amen; Easter hymn, duet, 
poem traditional, music by Harry 
Rowe Shelley [of U. S.] ; high and 
low voice. [3187 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418590; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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3206 



Allies (The) qabden ball; words 
and melody by Willie Weston [of 
U. S.] [3188 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918: E 422048; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

Alma Bohemia ; paso doble, by R. 
Rigau [of Spain, domiciled at 
Tampa, Fla.] ; piano. [3189 

© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1918 ; 
E 418793; Rogelio Rigau, Tampa, 
Fla. 

Alone; reverie, by J. M. Baldwin [of 

U. S.] op. 57; piano. Boston, Evans 

music co. [3190 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418692 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Along the road (Sur la route) ; words 
by Robt. Browning Hamilton, music 
by R. L. Cottenet [of U. S.] ; bigh 
voice. [3191 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422221 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Alp-fahrt; Schweizer volkslied, text 
und musik von F. Zimmermann [of 
Switzerland, domiciled at New York] 

[3192 
© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918 ; E 417954 ; Fritz Zimmermann, 
New York. 

Alpine flowers ; tyrolienne, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 343, no. 
6, ed. by Elmore R. Condon ; violin 
and piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[3193 
© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417545 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Altogether; words and music by S. 
Pantozzi [of U. S.] [3194 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1918; E 417959; 
Stephen Pantozzi, Hudson, N. Y. 

Amar y stjfrir (Love and sorrow) ; 
danza, English version by Edith San- 
ford Tillotson, new ed. by Nicholas 
de Vore [of U. S.], music by Luis G. 
Jorda; F minor (Cover title: Love 
and suffer). [3195 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422484; Bryant music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new matter] 

America ; march, by A. Liberati, arr. 
by F. J. St. Clair [of U. S.] ; band. 
4to. [3198 

© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. April 8, 1918 ; 
E 419592; H. N. White co., Cleve- 
land. 



A3d erica — Continued. 

words by J. W. Gibson, melodv bv 

R. A. Browne [of IT. S.] [3197 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 418997; 
J. Walter Gibson, Muncie, Ind. 

my country 'tis of thee, words by 

Samuel Francis Smith, music by 
T. A. Metz [of U. S.] New York, 
Metz music co. [3198 

© Mar. 6 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 418874 ; Theo. A. Metz, New York. 

America awaken ; words by Harry Lee 

Barber, music by R. M. Barber [of 

U. S.] [3199 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1918; E 417010; 

Ruth M. Barber, Philadelphia. 

America called to war ; words and 

melody by J. Sola [of U. S.], arr. 

by K. L. King [of U. S.] [3200 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 417460; 

Jose Sola, Tehachapi, Cal. 

America for peace and liberty ; 
words by A. Samody, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3201 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417491; 
Andrew Samody, Belle Vernon, Pa. 
America forever more ; words and 
music by C. H. Skinner [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Monarch music publishers. 

[3202 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 

1918; E 422582; Catherine Higgens 

Skinner, Chicago. 

America in war ; patriotic song, words 

and music bv J. B. McPhail [of 

U. S.] [3203 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1918; E 422023; John B. McPhail, 

Pueblo, Col. 

America, make the world safe for 
democracy ; words by R. E. De Vivo, 
music by Sol. P. Levy [of U. S.] 
New York, Times music pub. co., 
inc. [3204 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418901; Rudolph Edward 
De Vivo, New York. 

America my sweet land; words and 
music by J. S. Rosenberg [of U. S.] 
Cleveland, R. G. pub. co. [3205 

© Mar. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918 ; E 419072 ; Jacob S. Rosenberg, 
Cleveland. 
America our own dear land ; words 
and music by B. B. Law [of U. S.] 
Chicago. Harold Rossiter music co. 

[3206 
© Mar. 19, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; E 422481; Bessie B. Law, 
Delta, Utah. 



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America the beautiful; march bv 
Will C. Macfarlane [of U. S.] ; or- 
gan. [3207 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; 
E 419320 ; Cressey & Allen, Portland, 
Me. 

words by Katharine Lee Bates, 

music by Will C. Macfarlane [of U. 
S] ; male voices. 4to. [3208 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3. 1918 ; 
E 419318 ; Cressey & Allen, Portland, 
Me. 

America, they're calling you ; words 
by J. Walter Breeden, music by Ar- 
thur Radcliffe [of U. S.] [3209 
© Apr. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419419; Arthur Radcliffe music 
co., Millville, N. J. 

America, we'll stand by you ; words 
and music by D. Crookham [of U. S.] 

[3210 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 422747 ; Daisy Crookham, Sioux 
City, la. 

America will lead them all ; words 

and music by U. F. Seuzeneau [of 

U. S.] [3211 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 417811; 

Uncas F. Seuzeneau, New Orleans. 

America won again ; words by S. 
Jackson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3212 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418933; 
Spencer Jackson, Elizabeth, N. J. 

American boys in France; marche 
patriotique, words and music by Jes- 
sie Wilde Jofielyn [of U. S.] ; arr. by 
Louis Roccia. [3213 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 18. 
1918 ; E 422467 ; Bramwell & Ragen, 
St. Paul. 

American consecration hymn ; by 
Francis Macmillen. arr. by M. L. 
Lake [of U. S.] 1. Full orch. 2. 
Military band. 4to. [3214, 3215 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 2 c. each Apr. 9, 
1918 ; E 424005, 424006 ; Carl Fischer, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

words by Percy Mackaye, music by 

Francis Macmillen [of U. S.] [3216 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422205; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Am. (The) ex. force; words by A. 

White, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3217 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417841; 

Anna White, Rochester, Pa. 

American loyalty ; military march, by 
B. W. Knott [of U. S.] ; piano, in E 
flat. [3218 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 417645; 
Bessie Walker Knott, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

American (The) rose; waltz, by Vic- 
tor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford 
[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Military band. 2. 
Orch. [3219, 3220 

1. © Aug. 25, 1917; 2. © July 9, 
1917; 2 c. each Mar. 18, 1918; E 
417809, 41S966 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

American song folder. 8vo. [3221 
© Dec. 15, 1917; 2 c, Dec. 31, 
1917; aff. Jan. 12, 1918; A 490328; 
James J. McCabe, Brooklyn. 

America's answer ; a pageant of food 
conservation, words by Nelle Scott 
Lucas, music bv A. W. Anderson [of 
U. S.] [3222 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; D 19831; 
Alfa Wood Anderson, San Bernar- 
dino, Cal. 

America's call; words by A. Ceylia, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [3223 

© Mar. 15. 1918: 2 cf. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422726; Antoniett Ceylia, 
Youngstown, O. 

America's final stand ; words by O. A. 
Haas, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [3224 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422497; Otto Albert Haas, 
Pueblo, Col. 

America's stand; patriotic playlet for 
children, words and music by G. M. 
Blake and Jane McCartney [of 
U. S.] [3225 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; D 19834; 
Genevieve M. Blake, New York. 

Amicitia march; by Geo. Weigand, 
arr. by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; 
military band. 4to. [3226 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c, Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422215; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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3243 



Among the other flags ; words by 
E. B. Zanen, music by Robt. H. Bren- 
nen [of U. S.] [3227 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8. 1918 ; 
E 418843; Emily Bennett Zanen, 
Chicago. 

Amore all' arte ; capriccio per corda a 

5 quP parti, by M. Camugli [of Italy, 

domiciled at Buffalo] [3228 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 417822; 

Maria Camugli, Buffalo. 

Amore (L') che viaggia; parole di F. 
de Goizueta, musica di V. Sullig [of 
Italy] 1. Piano with text. 2. Canto 
e piano. [3229,3230 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 1 c .each Mar. 5, 
1918; E 420339, 420340; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., Milan. 

And I saw a new heaven ; anthem, 
words from Revelation xxi, music by 
Louis Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] ; 
op. 95. no. 1 ; mixed chorus with 
baritone solo and organ. (8vo. 
choruses, no. 6727) [3231 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422078; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Angels of the cross of red; waltz, 
song and chorus, words and music 
by J. D. McDonald [of U. S.], arr. 
by Win. M. Redfield [of U. S.] 

[3232 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417821; 
John D. McDonald, Hartford. 

Angels, roll the rock away; Easter 
anthem, words by J. Scott, music by 
Nathaniel Irving Hyatt [of U. S.] 
op. 26, no. 1 ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[3233 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 

E 418746 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Easter song, text from the Bible, 

music by John Prindle Scott [of 
U. S.] ; high voice in B flat. [3234 
© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 422118; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Anitra's tanz. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Anointed (The) ; marcia solenne, 

words and music by M. Sargent [of 

U. S.] [3235 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918; E 419610; 

Marian Sargent, Lincoln, Neb. 

Answer (The) See Story of the 
cross. 

Any time's kissing time. See Chu 
Chin Chow. 



Appeal (The) from the cross. See 
Story of the cross. 

Apple-blossom Sue; words by H. S. 
Douglas, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3236 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918 ; E 417483 ; H. 
S. Douglas, Rockford, 111. 

April ; words by William Watson, mu- 
sic by E. C. Murdock [of U. S.] 

[3237 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; E 424054 ; Eu- 
gene C. Murdock, St. Paul. 

April (An) shower. See Driver (F. 
Percival) Four sketches. 

Arabian dreams ; melodie waltz, words 
by Sidney Carter, music by Herbert 
B. Marple [of U. S.] 1 Piano.— 2. 
Song with piano ace. [3238, 3239 

© Feb. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. each Apr. 1, 
1918; E 422748, 422749; Daniels & 
Wilson, inc., San Francisco. 

Araxe; chant patriotique armenien, 
d'apres la version populaire des 
Armeniens du Caucase, paroles et 
musique de K. Proff-Kalfaian [of 
U. S.] [Armenien and French] 

[3240 
© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422032; K. Proff-Kalfaian, 
Boston. 

Are you from heaven ; song, by Gil- 
bert-Friedland, played by Victor Ar- 
den [of U. S.] ; in F. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls X100944) 

[3241 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419489 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Artist's (The) collection of uku- 
lele solos ; arr. by J. M. Durkee [of 
U. S.] [3242 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1918; E 417588; Jennie M. Durkee, 
Chicago. 

As Flora slept. See Love lyrics of 
Elizabethan times. 

As you go ; words by Emily K. Baker, 
music by C. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[3243 

© Mar. 6. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422361; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 



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Asleep and awake; by Geo. L. 
Spaulcling [of U. S.] ; piano. (Di- 
ploma series of easy piano pieces 
no. 2) . [3244 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422259; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

At evening. See Langey ( Otto ) Three 
French songs. 

At eventide; reverie by Matilee Loeb- 
Evans [of U. S.] ; piano. [3245 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418664; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

See also Reflections. 

At Sally Simpkin's ball; words by 
P. Mesyar, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] . [3246 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418989; 
Paul Mesyar, Chicago. 

At siesta time. See Chu Chin Chow. 

At the call of the bugle; patriotic 
song, words and music by J. B. Mc- 
Phail [of U. S.] [3247 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 422018;' John B. McPhail, 
Pueblo, Col. 

At the cascade ; fantasy, by Edgar H. 
Vose [of U. S.] op. 18; piano. Bos- 
ton, Mass., W. B. Hasey & co. 

[3248 
© Mar. 7, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 417612; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. 

At the end of a lane of shadows ; 
words by James Wilson, music by 
Sidney Lennox [of England] [3249 
© Mar. 12, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 420445; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

At the geasshoppers' hop ; a trench 
pastime, characteristic two step by 
John W. Bratton, arr. by Daniel 
Dore [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3250 
© Mar. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918 ; E 419054 ; Leo. Feist inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

At the jazz band ball; one-step, by 

La Rocca and Shields [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [3251 

© Apr. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 

E 424043 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
At the kewpies' ball; by Dorothy V. 

Crammond [of U. S.] op. 10; piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [3252 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418686 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 



At the Russian cabaret ; words by 
Roger Lewis and Howard Johnson, 
melody by Billy Baskette [of U. S.] 

[3253 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 417752; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

At the Yankee military ball; fox 
trot, by Jentes, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls E18833) [3254 
© Nov. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5. 
1918 ; E 419476 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Au bord de la mer ; petite barcarolle, 
by Walter Carroll [of England] ; 
piano. [3255 

© June 21, 1917 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 420327; Forsyth bros., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Au revoir; by Henry L. Herbert [of 
U. S.], written for voice with fife 
and drum ace. published for voice 
and piano. (In New York herald, 
Jan. 20, 1918) [3256 

© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416876; Henry L. Herbert, New 
York. 

Auf flugeln des gesanges. See Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Austrian peasant dance; by Arnold 
Carlo [of U. S.] ; piano. [3257 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419063; 
Albert A. Loewenstein, New York. 



Autumn song. 
(P. L) 



See Tschaiskowsky 



Ave Maria ; Latin words, music by 
Alfred J. Silver [of England] ; high 
voice in F. [3258 

© Mar. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420430; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

See also Gounod (C. F.) 

Aw, Sammie! words by H. Sanborn, 
music by Geoffrey O'Hara [of U. S.] 

[3259 
© Mar. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918 ; E 419052 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Awake and sing ; words and music by 

G. Gansz [of U. S.] 8vo. [3260 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 

1918; E 418830; George Gansz, 

Philadelphia. 



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Awake put on strength ; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
James H. Rogers [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices with sop. solo, organ ace. 
(H. F. Svo. choruses no. 4002) 

[32G1 
© Mar. 30, 1918: 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918; E 422653; Harold Flammer, 
inc.. New York. 

Away we glide ; waltz, by R. S. Mor- 
rison [of U. S.] ; piano. [3262 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6. 1918; 
E 418637; Theo. Pressor co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Air; by 
J. S. Bach, a rr. by Deems Taylor 
[of U. S.] ; unison chorus women's 
voices. 4to. [3263 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918 ; E 418605 ; J. Fischer .& bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Concerto for two violins; by 

J. S. Bach, ed. by Theodore Spier- 
ing [of U. S.] ; in D minor, no. 3, 
with piano ace. (Fischer's music 
library no. 787.) [3264 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424042; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Fantasia and fugue ; by J. S. 

Bach, arr. by Harold Bauer [of 
U. S.] ; two pianos, four hands, in 
A minor. [3265 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418749 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Bacio (Un) ; melodia, parole di Rob- 
erto Bracco, musica di Henri Moris- 
son [of Italy] [3266 
© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420348 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Back down South ; words by Mayme 

Gehrue, music by Y. Hammond [of 

U. S.] [3267 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415915; 

Victor Hammond, New York. 

Back home in Dixie ; words by F. 
Wallace, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3268 
© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419349; 
Frank Wallace, Detroit, Mich. 

Back home in Illinois ; words by C. 
Deusch, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3269 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419125; 
Chas. Deusch, Sterling, 111. 



Bagatelle. See Levine (Isaac) 
. Twenty-four miniatures. 

Balfe (Michael William) I dreamt 
I dwelt in marble halls; from the 
Bohemian girl, by M. W. Balfe, arr. 
by S. Cambria [of U. S.] ; mand. 
duo. [3270 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424032; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Bali, ad (The) of Hiram J. O' Swat- 
ter FROM PUNKIN OKLAHOMA ; WOrdS 

and music by T. Blake [of U. S.] 

[3271 
© Mar. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 422575 ; Thaleon Blake, Sid- 
ney, O. 

Ballade. See Night: thoughts. 

Ballet miniature; four-part song, by 
Deems Taylor [of U. S.] op. 11, no. 
3 ; women's voices. 4to. [3272 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418606; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on. ar- 
rangement] 

Ballo in maschera. See Verdi (Giu- 
seppe ) 

Ballymacloe ; words by Stanton Hill, 
music by Charles P. Scott [of U. 
S.] ; men's voices. (Octavo choruses 
no. 2058) [3273 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422235; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Banjo Bill ; by Andrew J. Baird [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3274 

© Mar. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 417767 ; Holmes music co., Middle- 
ton, N. Y. 

Barcarolle; by A. M. Friedlander [of 
England] ; piano. London, Novello 
& co. ltd. [3275 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 420415 ; Arthur Meyer Fried- 
lander, London. 

Battle (The) hymn of the liberty 
army of U. S. A. ; words by G. Eng- 
gaard, music John Hartmann [of 
U. S.] [3276 

© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422577; Grove Enggaard, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



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Battle songs of liberty; by Charles 
Howard Shaw [of U. S.] Chicago, 
The Rodeheaver co. press, 1918. 4to. 

[3277 
© Feb. 10, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918 ; aff. Mar. 15, 1918 ; A 491621 ; 
Charles Howard Shaw, Chicago. 

Be a snappy stoey with me; words 
and music by M. Weil [of TL S.] 

[3278 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1918; E 422661; 
Morton Weil, New York. 

Beat it, for they're coming now, 
Bill; the boys from Yankee land, 
words by Frederick J. Shelly, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3279 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418567; 

Frederick J. Shelley, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Beautiful girl; from Ziegfeld's new 
midnight frolic, words by Gene 
Buck, music by Dave Stamper [of 
U. S.] [3280 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 418917; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Beautiful land of dreams; words 
and melody by C. Johnson [of U. S.] 

[3281 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 419147; 
Claude Johnson, Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

Beautiful land of somewhere; by 
Harrv Haywood and Fred Heltman 
[of U. S.] ; orch. [3282 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418710; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. 

Beautiful little Mary I'm in love 

with you; words and melody by J. 

S. Ward [of U. S.] ; in F. [3283 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419144; 

Julius Smith Ward, Salem, Or. 

Beauty and beast; from Sinbad, 
words by Harold Atteridge, music 
by Sigmund Romberg [of U. S.] 

[3284 
© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 a Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417579; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Because love made you mine; words 
by Robert F. Roden music by Harry 
Appel [of U. S.] [3285 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 417536; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 



Because of you; lyric by Henry 
Wayne Beresford, music by Dana 
Caryll [of U. S.] ; medium voice in 
E flat. [3286 

© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 418544; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Becher (Der) (The cup) ; gedicht 
fun Simon Frug, musik fun Solo- 
mon Golub [of U. S.] [3287 
© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918 : E 417745 ; Rennaissance pub. 
house, Chicago. 

Beethoven (Ludwig Van) Menuet in 
G, no. 2 ; by L. Van Beethoven, arr., 
ed. and fingered by M. Greenwald 
[of U. S.] 1. Violin and piano. 2. 
Piano. 3288, 3289 

© Apr, 1, 1918; 2 c. each Apr. 1, 
1918; E 419264, 419265; Century 
music pub. co., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement, 
editing and fingering] 

Before the end of the day ; anthem 
for evensong, words from the Latin, 
music by Norman Coke-Jephcott [of 
U. S.] 4to. (Church music review 
no. 471) [3290 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419606; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Before the twilight fades away; 
anthem, words by Richard Davis, 
music by C. Hugo Grimm [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 2570) [3291 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417366; John Church co., 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Behind the President ; words by I. P. 
Lenaham, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3292 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417489; 
Ina P. Lenaham, Memphis, Tenn. 

Behold the King. See Six Easter 
carols. 

Belle (La) allemande; morceau de 
salon, by Carl Bohm, op. 327, no. 9; 
ed. by Joseph Gahm [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3293 

© Jan. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1918 ; 
E 422257; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on edited ver- 
sion] 

Belle of the ball; march and two- 
step, by F. W. Beall [of U. S.] arr. 
by Alfred H. Hyatt ; piano. [3294 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; E 418861 ; F. 
W. Beall, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



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3312 



Bells (The) ; words and music by 
F. W. Holloway [of Great Britain] 
op. 59, no. 3; medium voice. (Song 
poems no. 3) [3295 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 420399; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Bells (The) of faik Newton; words 
by G. N. Fisher, music by Nellie 
Miles [of U. S.] [3296 

© Apr. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424047; George N. Fisher, East 
Norwalk, Conn. 

Beneath the flowers ; words and 

music by Roe Anna Smothers [of 

U. S.] [3297 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 419195; 

R. A. Smothers, Somersville, O. 

Beneath the holly; selection of 
Christmas songs, arr. by J. S. Seredy 
and L. Tocaben [of U. S.] ; full orch. 
with parts for mand. orch. [3298 

© Nov. 3, 1917; 2 c. Mar, 29, 
1918; E 419226; Carl Fisher, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Benedicite omnia opera ; by P. J. Fry 
[of England] ; male voices. 4to. 

[3299 
© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420320 ; Percy J. Fry, Warminster, 
England. 

Berceuse et duetto; by O. Rust [of 
U. S.] op. 6; violin and piano. 

[3300 

© Feb. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 

E 419418; Oskar Rust, Little Rock, 

Ark. 

Bessie; words by L. Van Note, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3301 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418988; 
Lizzie Van Note, Saybrook, 111. 

Beta tan sigma song ; words by L. C. 
Albinger. music by Raymond A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [3302 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 
1918; E 422756; Lena C. Albinger, 
Cleveland. 

Betty's bandit ; plav, words and mu- 
sic by A. E. Field [of U. S.] [3303 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1918 ; D 19836 ; Al- 
mon E. Field, Detroit. 

Beware; the love of a Spanish maid, 
from the production Yes, Uncle, 
words by Clifford Grev, music by 
Nat. D. Ayer [of U. S.] [3304 

© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416878 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

56906—18 2 203 



Biala r6za walo (white rose waltzes) ; 
by E. Krotochwil, [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3305 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418852; Edward Krotochwil, Chi- 
cago. 

Big injun ; march, by W. B. Parkin- 
son, [of U. S.] ; piano ace. to band 
pts. 4to. (Parkinson's system of 
class instruction for all instru- 
ments) [3306 
© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417879; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars. la. 

Billet doux ; by Taubert, played by 
Theo. Henrion [of Belgium] (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls J18965) 

[3307 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 

1918 ; E 419541 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Sammy's letter love, words and 

music by J. Smith [of U. S.] [3308 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1918 ; 

E 417696; Jules Smith, New York. 

Bing! bang! bing 'em on the Rhine; 
comic song, words and music by 
Jack Mahoney & Allan Flynn [of 
U. S.] [3309 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418819 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Bingham (Helena) Two songs from 
Hiawatha ; words by H. W. Longfel- 
low, music by H. Bingham [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111. music co. Contents: 
Ewayea (Lullaby) - Wahwahtaysee 
(Little firefly) [3310 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 
1918; E 422783; Helena Bingham 
Burton, Salida, Col. 

Bird (A) man's last flight; words 
by A. Sistek, music by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 
arr. by A. Sistek [of U. S.] [3311 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422765; 
Adolph Sistek, Scottdale, Pa. 

Birichino di Parigi; valzer, by Fran- 
cesco Di Leo [of Italy, domiciled at 
Pittsburgh] ; 1st and 2nd mand. and 
guit. [3312, 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422611; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Birth of joy. See Brahms (Jo- 
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Black-Hawk, you'ke a grand old 
chief; words by T. D. Harrigan, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [3313 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417406; T. D. Harrigan, Oregon, 
111. 

Black stone (The) ; waltz, by E. T. 
Dick [of U. S.] ; piano. [3314 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1918; E 417953; 
Elodia Trapp Dick, Chicago. 

Bleuets (Les) ; marche, de Alfred 
Rhyne [of France] ; orch. et piano 
conducteur. 4to. [3315 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 42.0290; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Blue bird ; waltz-song, by Grant, 
played by Mabel Wayne [of U. S.] ; 
in G (Rvthmodik record music roll, 
G100974) [3316 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419552; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Blue (The) Danube; concert ara- 
besques, on motifs by Johann 
Strauss, arr. by Schulz-Evler, played 
by Ethel Leginska [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls Q19067) 

[3317 

© Dec. 2,0, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 

1918 ; E 419567 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation] 

Blue dreams waltz ; by W. H. Rees 

[of U. S.] ; instrumental music with 

piano ace. [3318 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1918; E 422092; 

William H. Rees, New York. 

Blue (The) hills of home; song, by 

F. Drummond [of England] ; small 

orch. 4to. [3319 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 16, 

1918 ; E 420417 ; Gary & co., London. 

Blumlein hat beim kuss der nacht 
(Nodding at the kiss of night) ; 
wiegenlied, words and music by 
L. A. Hohwiesner [of U. S.] [332/) 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 417749; 
Louise Agnes Hohwiesner, San Ra- 
fael, Cal. 

Boat song; by L. Leslie Loth [of U. 

S.] ; piano. [3321 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 13, 

1918; E 417014;. Clayton F. Summy 

co., Chicago. 



Bobers (The) of Brechin; reel, by 
Granville Bantock [of England] ; pi- 
ano. (Two Scottish pieces, no. 2) 

[3322 
© Mar. 14, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420426; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 

Bonnie Irene ; words and music by M. 
Lea ton Guthrie (M. J. Guthrie) [of 
U. S.] Los Angeles, R. E. Muncv. 

[3323 
© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 422353 ; Martha J. Guthrie, 
Los Angeles. 

Book (The) of a thousand songs ; ed. 
by A. E. Wier [of U. S.] New York, 
World syndicate company, inc. 
[1918] 535 p. 4to. $4.00 [3324 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; aff. Mar. 6, 1918; A 492580; 
Albert Ernest Wier, Brooklyn. 

Bound to win ; song by H. R. Doorly 
[of U. S.] (In Daily news record 
v. 80, no. 7691) [3325 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419640; Fairchild pub. co., New 
York. 

Bounding (The) buck; by Henry 

Lodge [of U. S.] ; piano. [3326 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418510 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. 

Bourree of Auvergne; XVIIIth cen- 
tury, English text by Stewart A. 
Trench, harmonized by Gustave Fer- 
rari [of U. S.] ; female voices. 4to. 
(Modern series no. 118) ' [3327 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918 ; E 418884 ; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization] 

Bow (A) of Irish green; words and 
music bv T. C. Sheehan jr [of U. S.] 

[3328 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1918; E 422105; 

Thomas C. Sheehan jr., Jersey City. 

Boy (The) in blue; words by J. 
Smith, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [3329 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 4173S2; Jessie Smith, Fall River, 
Mass. 

Boys (The) from Illinois; words by 

G. W. Wetzel, music by Leslie C. 

Groff [of U. S.] [3330 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 417594; 

George William Wetzel, Chicago. 



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3348 



Boys (The) from the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by C. E. Ferguson [of 
U. S.] [3331 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918: E 417530; Chas. E. Ferguson, 
Hutchinson, Kan. 

■ words and music by E. G. Gaboon 

[of U. S.] [3332 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918; E 418672; 
Earl George Gaboon, Boise, Id. 

words and music by L. C. Groff 

[of U. S.] (Cover title: We're the 
boys from the U. S. A.) [3333 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 422292; 
Leslie Clarence Groff, Chicago. 

Boys (The) in brown; they'll get the 
Kaiser's goat, words and music by 
D. F. Hallahan [of U. S.] arr. by 
Harry P. Small [of U. S.] [3334 
© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 8, 
1918: E 418807; Greene music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Boys of the grand old U. S. A. ; 
words by R. Greswell, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[3335 
© Feb. 1. 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417402; R. Greswell, Chicago. 
Boys (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
by L. S. Martin, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3336 

© Mar. 28, 1918 : 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419440; Lillian S. Martin, Kelv- 
ington, Sask., Canada. 

Boys (The) of the U. S. N. A. ; lyrics 
by Vincent Bisignano, music by W. 
Bisignano [of U. S.] [3337 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422070; 
William Bisignano, New York. 
Bbahms (Johannes) Birth (The) of 
joy ; two-part song, words by Philip 
Edwards, music by J. Brahms, Hun- 
garian dance no. 7 ; arr. by Alfred J. 
Silver [of England] ; alto and sop. 
4to. (Choruses for treble voices, no. 
4478) [3338 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420429; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

- — ■ — Waltz ; by Brahms, op. 39, no. 15, 
played by Rafael Navas [of U. S.] 
(Rvthmodik record music, rolls F 
18872) [3339 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419564 : American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 



Brave and steadfast ; march, by R. S. 
Morrison [of U. S.] ; pf. [3340 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918; 
E 418635; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Brave (The) boys of the U. S. A.; 
words by F. J. Boyer, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[3341 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417391; F. J. Boyer, Leadwood, 
Mo. 

Brave boys somewhere in France ; 
words by Mrs. C. Whitford, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music pub. co. 

[3242 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419464; Mrs. Connie Whit- 
ford, Wiiliamstown, W. Va. 

Brave soldiers of America; words 
and music by S. A. Kenney-Bockius 
[of IT. S.] [3343 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 417678; 
Sarah A. Kenney-Bockius, Lewiston, 
Id. 

Breadline (The) girl; words by T. M. 

Vig, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3344 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417354; 

Miss T. M. Vig, Hazel Run, Minn. 

Break the piano ; fox trot rag, by 
Billy James [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Philadelphia. Pa., Billy James music 
co. [3345 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28. 
1918; E 422586; William M. James, 
Philadelphia. 

Breaking day; words and music by 
S. R. Davis [of U. S.] [3346 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422344; 
Sadie Rathie Davis, Denver. 

Bridal (The) not; matrimonial fiasco 
with musical interruptions, words 
and music by C. Gilpin [ of U. S.] ; 
vocal score. Philadelphia, M. D. 
Swisher. [3347 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918 ; E 422667 ; Charles Gilpin, 
Philadelphia. 

Bring back my daddy to me; waltz, 
by Geo. W. Meyer, arr. by Wm. 
Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3348 
© Mar. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918 ; E 419053 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Bring back my soldier boy to me; 

words by Walter Hirsch, music by 

Prank Magine [of U. S.] [3349 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; E 418784 ; Al. 

Piantadosi & co., inc., New York. 

Bring them to Jesus ; hymn, words 
and music by Geo. Branum [of 
U. S.] [3350 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419166; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 

Brooklet (The) ; by Harry Alexan- 
der Matthews [of U. S.] ; pianoforte. 

[3351 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418667; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Brotherly love ; words by Mrs. L. 
Meyer, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3352 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417838; 
Mrs. Louis Meyer, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Brownie a-dreams ; words by Charles 
Heslop, music by Ernest Crampton 
[of Great Britain] ; No. 1 in F. 

[3353 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1918 ; E 420283 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Bsureh. See Zurick noch Zion. 

Bufferflies (Butterflies) ; words by 

Margot Case Hale, music by R. B. 

Brewer [of U. S.] [3354 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 419252; 

Robert B. Brewer, Cleveland. 

Building a snow-man to-day; words 
by J. H. O'Brien, music by John A. 
Cooke [of U. S.] arr. by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3355 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418758; 
J. H. O'Brien, Quebec, Canada. 

Bull (The) frog hop; words and 
music by Percy Bradford [of U. S.] 

[3356 
© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; E 417368 ; Christian A. Grimm, 
Chicago. 

Burning (The) bush ; words by 
James M. Hayes, music by Alex- 
ander Pero [of U. S.] ; medium, F 
minor. [3357 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422487; Bryant music co., 
New York. 
Business is business with me ; words 
and music by C. Friend [of U. S.l 

[3358 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 422108; 
Cliff Friend, Los Angeles. 



But oh ! how she could Spanish ; 

words by Chas. McCarron, music by 

Carey Morgan [of U. S.] [3359 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418736; 

Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Butterfly (The) and the rose; by 
Henry Charles Webb [of U. S.]. 
played by the composer ; in G (Ryth- 
modik record music roll, G 100804) 

[3360 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419555 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Buy a bond ; words and music by D. C. 
Snow [of U. S.] [3361 

© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422794 ; D. C. Snow, Chicago. 

By chance ; musical conglomeration in 
three acts with musical score, writ- 
ten by Mary Emily Aplin, words and 
music by various authors [of U. S.] 

[3362 
© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 422574 ; Margaret Elizabeth 
Davis, So. Hadley, Mass. 

By request ; polka, by F. W. Beall [of 
U. S.] arr. by Alfred H. Hyatt; cor- 
net in B flat with piano ace. [3363 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418859; 
F. W. Beall, Richmond Hill, N. J. 

C. O. D. means call on dad ; words by 

Justin Ring and F. W. Hager, music 

by F. W. Hager [of U. S.] [3364 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1918; E 422662; 

Fred W. Hager, New York. 

Cadenza to Liszt's Second Hun- 
garian rhapsody; by Leonardo de 
Lorenzo [of U. S.] ; solo flute, 2 
flutes or flute and clarinet. [3365 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422284; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Call (The) ; words by D. Groom, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3366 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417358; 
David Groom, New York. 

Call me your smiling dream doll; 
words by E. Miller, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3367 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1918 ; 
E 422479; Emil Miller, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 



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3384 



Call of the U. S. A. ; words by J. H. 
Wright, music by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] arr. by J. H. Wright [of 
U. S.] [3368 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 191 S ; E 422778 ; J. 
EL Wright, Newport News, Va. 

Call (The) of Uncle Sam; words 
and music by T. A. Lee [of U. S.] 

[3369 
© 1 c. Apr. S, 1918; E 419639; 
Thomas A. Lee, Hudson, N. Y. 

Call (The) to the flag; march, by 
John Jancsek [of U. S.] arr. by Al- 
fred Damm [of U. S.] ; piano. [3370 
© Mar. 13, 191S ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
191S ; E 422480 ; Bramwell & Ragen, 
St. Paul. 

Camouflage; fox-trot, by Gilbert and 
Friedland, played by Al. Sterling 
and Victor Arden [of U. S.] ; four 
hands in F. (Rythmodik record mu- 
sic rolls G1006S3) [3371 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419501 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

words and melody by Clara 

Henry, Matthew Hawthorne and 
Beth Henry [of U. S.] [3372 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 418872; 
Matthew LeRoy Hawthorne, Roslyn, 
Wash. 

Camp Grant maech ; by C M. Bell [of 

U. S.] ; piano with text. . [3373 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 

B 417659; Chas. M. Bell, Rockford, 

111. 

Camp Geeenleaf maech ; by Malford 

W. Thewlis [of U. S.] ; piano. [3374 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1918; E 422348; Fifth battalion, 

Chickamauga Park, Ga. 

Camp life; words by J. L. Ripper, 
music by John E. Brown [of U. S.] 

[3375 
© Dec. 14, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 ; E 417637 ; Jessie Loraine Rip- 
per, Wray, Col. 

Camping on his teail; words by Or- 
ville Taylor, music by Ruth Taylor 
[of U. S.] [3376 

© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424059; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Can a mawl (Song and praise) ; liyfr 
hymnau a thonau Methodistiaid cal- 
finaidd unol dalaethau yr America. 
Comp. and ed. by Daniel Protheroe 



Can a mawl — Continued. 

[of U. S.] Published by the General 
assembly [1918] 4 p. 1., [xi]-xxxix, 
405 p. 12mo. [3377 

© Mar. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918 ; aff. Mar. 20, 1918 ; A 494203. 
General assembly of the Calvanistic 
Methodist church of the U. S. of 
America, Chicago. 

Can the Kaisee. free Ho-bo soldier 
man. 

Can this be love. See Land of joy. 

Canadian battle song ; words by 
John W. Thompson, music by 
Amelie Lane McNeill [of Canada] 

[3378 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 4 5 . 
1918; E 420330; Amelie Lane Mc- 
Neill, Vancouver, Canada. 

Canadian (The) volunteees ; words 
by E. A. Nurnberger, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music pub. co. 

[3379 
© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422733; E. A. Nurnberger, 
Regina, Sask., Canada. 

Cannon (The) ball blues; words 
and music by A. M. Kerr [of U. S.] 

[3380 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422322; 
Avelyn Mae Kerr, Milwaukee. 

Canta Pieeeot; versi e musica di 
Mario Manni [of Italy] mandolino 
ace. [3381 

© Nov. 1, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 12. 
1918; E 417714; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Canterbury pilgeims ; selection, by 
Reginal de Koven [of U. S.] arr by 
E. A. Price ; orch. [3382 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918; E 419016; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Canzoni minuscole ( Children's 
songs) ; versi di Hedda, musica di 
Elizabetta Oddone [of Italy] 4to. 

[3383 
© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420345 ; G Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Captain of the guaed ; an Easter 
song story; text by E. D. Yale; 
music by Adam Geibel [of U. S.] 
8vo. [3384 

© Feb. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
6, 1918; A 493346; Adam Geibel 
music co., Philadelphia. 



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Captain's (The) call obey; hymn, 
words and music by H. G. Tovey [of 
U. S.] [3385 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419164; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 

Captive (The), and Tranquil; mel- 
ody by F. E. Champlain [of U. S.] ; 
instrumental. [3386 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1918; E 417013; 
Frederick E. Champlain, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Caeezze; by Leonardo De Lorenzo [of 
U. S.] op. 19, no. 1; flute and piano. 

[3387 
© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422240; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Carlisle arrow ; march and two-step, 
by J. H. Eagle [of U. S.) ; piano. 

[3388 
© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918 ; E 417534 ; James Holy Eagle, 
Lacreek, S. D. 

Carnival Mignon ; prelude, by Schutt, 
op. 48, no. 1, played by Howard Brock- 
wav [of U. S.] (Kythmodik record 
music rolls J18034) [3389 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. April 5, 1918 ; 
E 419475 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Carry on ; march and two step, by 
M. L. Lake [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Mili- 
tary band. 2. Full orch. 

[3390, 3391 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. each, Feb. 
28, 1918; E 422244. 422245; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement for mili- 
tary band] 

Casella (Alfredo) Toccato ; by A. 
Casella [of Italy] ; piano. [3392, 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420347 ; G. Ricordi & CO., Milan. 

Cavatina ; by Gaston Borch [of U. S.] ; 
violin or violoncello, with piano or 
organ ace. [3393 

© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 422602; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Champion march ; by A. Shaeffer [of 
U. S.] ; guitar. Chicago, Lyon & 
Healy. [3394 

© Oct. 29, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 5. 
1918; E 417772; Arling Shaeffer, 
Chicago. 



Cheer up, dearie, don't you grow 
weary; I will come back to you, 
words and music by S. M. Clark [of 
U. S.] [3395 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418609; 
Saidie Mae Clark, Portsmouth, O. 

Cheer up, father, cheer up, mother ; 
lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Her- 
man Paley [of U. S.] [3396 
© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 419139; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Cheer up, Tommy Atkins ; Uncle Sam 
is on the way, words and music by 
Adam Donovan [of Canada] [3397 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 420391; 
Charles P. Donovan, London, Can- 
ada. 

Cheer up, we'll win ; my little one, 
words by H. Webster, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3398 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419089; 
Helen Webster, Fort Ann, N Y. 

Cheerful cherubs ; march, by Bert R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. 95, no. 1; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. (In 
merryland, no. 1) [3399 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1918; E 418685; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Chelsea Reach ; by John Nicholson 
Ireland [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(London pieces no. 1.) [3400 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420419; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Chicago bound ; words by B. Wilson, 
melody by R. A. Powell [of U. S.], 
arr. by J. Fred. Arnold [of U. S.] 

[3401 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918; E 417584; 
Billy Wilson & Rudolph A. Powell, 
New York. 

Children's (The) King; words by 

C. S. Brown, music by C. H. Gabriel 

[of U. S.] [3402 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 

E 422360 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Child's (A) thought on God; words 
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, mu- 
sic by Bryceson Treharne [of Eng- 
land, domiciled at New York] ; high 
or medium voice. [3403 

© Mar. 7, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418875; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



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3418 



Chin-Chin Chinaman ; fox-trot, by 
Hanley, played by Donald Makay 
[of U. S.], asst by W. E. D. [of 
U S.] : in C. (Rythmodik record mu- 
sic rolls X101003) [3404 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. April 5, 1918 ; 
E 419547 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Choice (The) ; Rose was her name, 
lvric and music by Arthur A. Penn 
[of U. S.] [3405 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418511 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Con- 
cert pieces; by F. Chopin, op. 2, 13, 
14, and 22, ed. and fingered by Ra- 
fael Josefy [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Schirmer's library of musical clas- 
sics, v. 38) [3406 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422337; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Etude ; by Chopin, trans, by Mana 

Zucca [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[3407 

© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 422603; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
paraphrasing] 

Impromptu ; by Chopin, played by 

Pansy Andrus [of U. S.] ; in F sharp 
minor. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls J18895) [3408 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918; 
E 419533 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Nocturne; by Chopin, op. 62, no. 

2, played by Arthur Loosser [of U. 
S.] ; in E major. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls N18777) [3409 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419572 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Chosen (The) boys of Uncle Sam; 
words by H. Rowley, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3410 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419445; Herbert Rowley, Ux- 
bridge, Mass. 



Christ our passover ; chant for Easter 
day, words from Holy Scriptures and 
prayer book of P. E. Church, music 
by W. S. Knodle [of U. S.] 4to. 
(Church music, no. 1) [3411 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 417827; Walter St. Clare 
Knodle, Philadelphia. 

Christ the Lord is risen today; 
three-part song, words by Chas. Wes- 
ley, music by Lee G. Kratz [of U. 
S.] ; violin obi. chorus for women. 
4to. [3412 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418600; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Christian herald songs ; by Dr. [G.] 
S. Smith [of U. S.] [San Francisco, 
Levison printing co.] 1918. 87, [1] 
p. 8vo. [3413 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
19, 1918; A 481745; George Sidney 
Smith, San Francisco. 

Christmas hymns ; played by Andrei 
Kmita [of U. S.] (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls H9903) [3414 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419565; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Chu Chin Chow ; selections, by Nor- 
ton, played by Andrei Kmita [of U. 
S.] (Rythmodik record music rolls 
P19057) Contents: — Any time's 
kissing time. — 2. At siesta time. — 3. 
Corraline. — 4. The cobbler's son. 

[3415 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419570 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

City (The) of our God; words and 
music by S. H. Payne [of U. S.] 
Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. [3416 
© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418789; Sarah Haggard Payne, 
Philadelphia. 

City (A) of tents ; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 342, no. 6; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 
(In peace and war, no. 6) [3417 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418695 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Clarion (The) ; words by Louis K. 
Anspacher, music by Linn Seiler [of 
U. S.] [3418 

© Mar. 5, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918; 
E 418613; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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3419 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Cleopatra had a jazz band; fox trot, 
by Jack Coogan [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [3419 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417721 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Climbing roses ; words by Mrs. A. M. 
Regan, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3420 
© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419338; 
Mrs. A. M. Regan, Rochester, N. Y. 

Climbing up the golden stairs ; words 
by Salvation army, arr. by Richard 
Hains worth [of Norway, domiciled 
at Auburn, 111.] [3421 

© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417617; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

Clover (The) seed; words by S. C. 
Kirk, music by C. H. Gabriel [of 
U. S.] [3422 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422358; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Cobbler's son. See Chu Chin Chow. 

Cobweb march ; by Rose F. Rogers [of 
U. S.] ; 2 mand., guit. and piano ace. 

[3423 
© Jan. 3, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 417727; George Stannard, 
Trenton, N. J. 

Cocktail of flowers ; from the musi- 
cal play Fancy free, words and 
music by Augustus Barratt [of 
U. S.] [3424 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422082; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Colorado song; words by J. J. Don- 
nelly, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [3425 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417396; J. J. Donnelly, Denver, 
Colo. 

Come across; words by G. C. Foote, 
verse melody by John Hermann Loud 
[of U. S.] ; chorus by M. E. Fiske [of 
U. S.] Boston, Charles W. Homeyer 
& co. [3426 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 
1918 ; E 422750 ; Grace C. Foote and 
Myra E. Fiske, Boston. 

Come across, boys ; words by E. G. 
Thompson, music by N. J. Hol- 
lander [of U. S.] [3427 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 417560; 
Eleanor Gregsten Thompson and 
N. Julius Hollander, New York. 



Come again. See Love lyrics of Eliza- 
bethan times. 

Come along ; marching song, words 
and music by T. A. Y. Hodgson [of 
U. S.], arr. by Wilson Keuhner. 

[3428 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 417507; T. A. Y. Hodgson, 
Palmerton, Pa. 

Come back and be my own again ; 
words by A. J. Johnson, music by 
Frederick L. Hogan [of U. S.] Bos- 
ton, C. W. Thompson & co. (Cover 
title: Come back and be my own.) 

[3429 
© Mar. 9, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 418919; Annie June John- 
son, Boston. 

Come back to home sweet home; 
words and music by Vernon T. 
Stevens [of U. S.] [3430 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417520; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Come back to Ireland and me; med- 
ley waltz, intro: My Irish song of 
songs and Little colleen from Once 
upon a time, arr. by T. M. Taylor 
[of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [3431 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417981; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Come, boys, come; words and music 

E. Spiese [of U. S.] [3432 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 

3918; E 419634; Edward Spiese, So. 

Hammond, N. Y. 

Come into the sunshine; words by 
Maud Frazer Jackson, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] [3433 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422365; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Come, love, to me ; from an Arabian 
night, words by Darl MacBoyle, 
music by Walter Louis Rosemont 
[of U. S.] [3434 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417730 ; Orpheus music co., 
New York. 

Come, my lad, and be a soldier ; words 
by Leslie Stiles and Harrison Brock- 
bank, music by Ralph Nairn [of 
U. S.] [3435 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 
1918; E 422712; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



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3452 



Come on along; words by D. M. Main- 
ville, music by Luther A. Clark [of 
U. S.], arr. by D. M. Mainville [of 
U. S.] [3436 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 4227S0 ; 
Delia M. Mainville, Flint, Mich. 

Come on boys ; words by D. L. Hensel, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3437 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419115; 

D. L. Hensel, Mill Runn, Pa. 

Come on, boys, come on ; patriotic 
march song, words by R. F. Hayes, 
music by Guy W. Woodford [of 
U. S.] Ticonderoga, N. Y., Northern 
music pub. co. [3438 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418584 ; Richard F. Hayes, Ticond- 
eroga, N. Y. 

Come on, boys, let's all do oue bit; 
words by F. Barnhart, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3439 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422309; 
Floyd Barnhart, East Liverpool, O. 

Come on, let's Hooveeize; words by 
Marie Sundermann Graybill, music 
by B. S. Hannah [of U. S.] [3440 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 417944; 
Bonnie Strobele Hannah, Council 
Bluffs, la. 

Come on over here it's a wonderful 
place; waltz, by Seymour Furth 1. 
Steel guitar and ukulele, arr. by 
Zarh Myron Bickford [of U. S.] 2. 
Full mand. orch. arr. by Louis Toca- 
ben [of U. S.] [3441, 3442 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. each Feb. 26, 
1918; E 422264, 422265; Carl Fis- 
cher, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Come to the saviour; words and 
music by Frank Hermans [of U. S.] 

[3443 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422068; F. Hermans, Troy, 
N. Y. 

Come, ye faithful, raise the strain ; 
Easter anthem, words from the 
Greek of St. John of Damascus, tr. by 
J. M. Neale, music by William R. 
Spence [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices, 4to. (Octavo series no. 1241) 

[3444 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1918; E 420438; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



Communion service; set to music by 
Frank W. Smith [of U. S.] ; in D. 
4to. (Church music review no. 461) 

[3445 
© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419607; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Concert pieces. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Concerto for two violins. See Bach 
(J. S.) 

Concerto no. 1. See Saint-Saens (C. 
C.) 

Coquette (La) ; by Felix Borowski, 
rev. by Hans Semper [of U. S.] ; pf- 

[3446 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 

E 418842; B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

revising] 

Corn (The) song; words by John 
Greenleaf Whittier, music by Cecil 
Burleigh [of U. S.] op. 33, no. 3. 

[3447 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422197; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Corraline. See Chu Chin Chow. 

Cosa fa ; parole di F. de Goizueta, mu- 
sica di V. Sullig [of Italy] 1. 
Piano with text. 2. Canto e piano. 
[3448, 3449 
© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. each Mar. 5, 
1918; E 420343, 420344; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 

Country (The) couple; words and 
arr. by L. E. Bevan, music by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher 
of U. S.] [3450 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 415933; 
Leon E. Bevan, Philipsdale, R. I. 

Court (A) dance; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 352; pianoforte. 

[3451 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418663; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Cradle song; by A. Gretchaninoff, 
op. 16, no. 2, transcribed by Edwin 
Arthur Kraff [of U. S.] ; organ. 

[3452 

© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 

1918; E 417884; Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright claimed on the 

transcription.] 



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Cradle song — Continued. 

See also Studio fancies. 

Crow-hollow ; fox-trot, by Theodore 

H. Weber [of U. S.] ; piano. [3453 
© Jan. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 

E 419134; A. J. Stasny music co., 

New York 

Cry a little; words by Herbert 

Moore, music by M. E. Schwarzwald 

[of U. S.] [3454 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419073; 

Noel Travers, New York. 

Cuddle and snuggle ; words by Mar- 
got Case Hale, music by R. B. 
Brewer [of U. S.] [3455 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 419254; 
Robert B Brewer, Cleveland. 

Daddy; words and music by C. E. 
Soutiea [of U. S.] [3456 

©1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 422562; 
Chas. E. Soutiea, St. Louis. 

Daddy's (A) prayer; words and mu- 
sic by Harold B. Freeman [of U. S.] 

[3457 
© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 422334; Harold Freeman 
music co., Providence, R. I. 

Dagmar waltz ; by C. M. Hands [of 

Canada] ; piano. [3458 

'© Mar. 11, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 14, 

1918; E 420405; C. M. Hands, Port 

Rowan, Canada. 

Dainty fingers ; impromptu by H. D. 
Hewitt [of U. S.] ; piano. [3459 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418659; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Daisy I've come to say good-bye; 
words by M. Pearson, music by M. 
Du Frerre [ps*ud. of Ethel Fisher 
of U. S.] arr. by M. Pearson {of 
U. S.] [3460 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422773; 
Mary Pearson, Jamestown, Kan. 

Daisy's song; words by John Keats, 
music by Cecil Burleigh [of U. S.] 
op. 33, no. 1. [3461 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422193; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Dance again ; words by Viola Brothers 
Shore, music by Gitz Ingraham Rice 
[of Canada, domiciled at New York] 

[3462 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419078; 
G. I. Rice, New York. 



Dance (A) of icicles and snow- 
flakes. See Holland (Ruby) Five 
little pictures. 

Dance of the fireflies ; by William 

P. Held [of U. S.] ; piano. [3463 

© Mar. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 

1918 ; E 419014 ; Jos. Krolage music 

co., Cincinnati. 

Dance of the hours (Danse delle 
ore) ; from La Gioconda, by A. Pon- 
chielli, trans, by Jules Centano [of 
U. S.] 1. Violin and piano, concert 
ed. 2. Violin and piano, simplified 
ed. [3464, 3465 

© Mar. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. each Apr. 9, 
1918; E 424010, 424011; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on transcription] 

Dance of the jesters ; schottische by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 120 ; 
piano. [3466 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418647; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Dancing honeymoon ; by W. Janssen 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3467 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1918; E 417549; 
Werner Janssen, Hanover, N. H. 

Dancing 'neath the Dixie moon ; 
words by Will J. Hart, music by 
Edward Nelson [of U. S.] [3468 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918 ; E 418795 ; A. J. Stasny music 
co., New York. 

Dancing on the campus ; polka, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 88, 
no. 2 ; piano. Boston, Evans music 
co. (In soldierland, no. 2.) [3469 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1918; E 418691; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Dandiness (The) of dawn; words by 
J. F. Mudge, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3470 
© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419342; 
John F. Mudge, St. Paul, Canada. 

Dans les bois. See Liszt (Franz) 2 
etudes de concert. 

Danse petite ; by Van Denman 
Thompson [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 3; 
piano. (Four romantic pieces for 
pianoforte, no. 3) [3471 

© Jan. 30, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 417591; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 



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3487 



Danzas espanolas no. 5; by Grana- 

dos, played by Rafael Navas [of 
U. S.l (Rythmodik record music 
rolls J1S865) [3472 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918; E 419480; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

Dab's no nigger in ma wood-pile 
'cause i burns nuffin' but coal | 
words by J. H. O'Brien, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[3473 
© 1 c. Mar. 2,7, 1918; E 419112; 
J. H. O'Brien, Parent, P. Q., Can- 
ada. 

Dark grows the sky ; waltz song 
from A southern maid, words by 
Harry Graham, music by Harold 
Fraser-Simpson [of England] 

[3474 
© Jan. 17, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 420286; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Dawn ; by Farwell op. 12, played by 
Rafael Navas [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls J18855) 

[3475 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 

1918 ; E 419483 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation] 

words and music by Grace Por- 

terfield Polk [of U. S.] ; in A flat. 

[3476 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 417641; Gamble hinged 
music co., Chicago. . 

Day-breams ; words and music by G. 
Cotton-Marshall [of U. S.] op. 2, 
no. 2 ; in B, high voice. [3477 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2, c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417891; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Day breams o' mine; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by John Roberts [of 
Great Britain] [3478 

© Feb. 12. 1918; 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 420437; J. Roberts & co., 
London. 

Day has fleb to the west afar; a 
lullaby, words by Arthur H. Adams, 
music by Bryceson Treharne [of 
England domiciled at New York] ; 
high or medium voice. [3479 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 4,18877 ; G Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



Day (The) is gently sinking to a 
close ; evening anthem, by C. R. 
Cressey [of U. S.] ; organ, mixed 
voices. 4to. [3480 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; 
E 419319; Cressey & Allen, Port- 
land, Me. 

Day (The) that I got marrieb ; 
words and music by B. Whipple and 
W. Huston [of U. S.] arr. by E. J. 
Lee [of U. S.] [3481 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422300; 
Bayone Whipple and Walter Hus- 
ton, New York. 

De profunbis ; paroles lithurgiques, 
musique de Florent Schmitt [of 
France] op. 60, no. 3 ; orgue, choeur 
a 4 voix d'hommes. (Cinq motets, 
no. 3) [3482 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 : 
E 420297 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

De wash tub blues ; a fox trot, words 
by O. F. Dinkins, music by Charles 
M. Smith [of U. S.] Macon, Ga., 
Proctor-Patterson music co. [3483 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417664; Olivia Farris Dinkins, 
Macon, Ga. 

DexVn's march ; by Warren N. Dean 
[of U. S.] ; plectrum banjo solo, C 
notation. [3484 

© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918; 
E 418754; Stephen Shepard, Pater- 
son, N. J. 

Dear golben bays ; words by P. J. 

O'Reilly, music by Frank Jephson 

[of England] [3485 

© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 

E 420324 ; Novello & co. ltd., London. 

Dear little boy of mine ; words by J. 
Keirn Rrennan, music bv Ernest R. 
Ball [of U. S.] [3486 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417723 ; Leo Feist inc., New 
York. 

Dear olb pal of mine ; words by 
Harold Robe, music by Gitz Rice [of 
England domiciled at New York] 

[3487 

© Mar. 8, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422325; G. Ricordi & co. 
inc., New York. 

Deare, if you change. See Love 
lyrics of Elizabethan times. 



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Dearer than the dearest ; words arr. 
& music by Richard Hainsworth [of 
Norway domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[3488 
© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417618 ; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

Dearest friend farewell ; words by 
T. L. Dabbs, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3489 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419113; 
Trannie Lee Dabbs, Bessemer, Ala. 

Debt (The) ; words and music by M. 
Meredith [of England] ; voice and 
piano, with violoncello part. Lon- 
don, The Independent music club. 

[3490 
© Dec. 12, 1917; 1 c. Dec. 28, 
1917 ; E 420284 ; Margaret Meredith, 
Hants, England. 

Debutante (The) ; caprice brill iante, 
by Herbert L. Clarke [of U. S.] ; 
military band. 4to. [3491 

© Sept. 19, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 417803 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Deep River ; negro spiritual, arr. by 
Charles Roepper [of U. S.] ; ten. solo 
and chorus men's voices. 4to. 
(Choral music, no 1228) [3492 

© Feb. 29, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 418671; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

old negro melody, paraphrase, 

transcribed by Mischa Elman [of 
Russia, domiciled at New York] ; 
violin and piano. (Concert tran- 
scriptions, no. 4) [3493 
© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422252; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Defend America ; marching song, 
words by Rufus Stickney, music by 
Arthur Hadley [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices. 4to. [3494 

© Feb. 1. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1918 ; 
E 422473 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

See also When the flag goes by. 

Delphic song ; a fantasy, by C. Hugo 

Grimm [of U. S.] ; organ. [3495 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 

1918; E 419018; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 



Democracy; words and music by P. 
McMichael [of U. S.], arr. by Robert 
C. Stearns. [3496 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418592; Paul McMichael, Wash- 
ington. 

words by E. L. Klein, melody bv 

E. Scott [of U. S.] [3497 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417515; 
Edward Lawrence Klein & Earle 
Scott, New York. 

words by Paul T. Allen, music by 

P. F. Brady [of U. S.] [3498 

© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422598; P. T. Allen and 
P. F. Brady, Boston. 

Democracy we are coming; words by 
T. A. Rygiel, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3499 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422316; 
Thos. A. Rygiel, Ford City, Pa. 

Derby day in Dixie; words by Ray- 
mond Egan, music by Richard A. 
Whiting [of U. S.] [3500 

i© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 21, 
1918; E 419049; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Deserted farm. See McDowell 
(Edward Alexander) Woodland 
sketches. 

Devil (The) has bought up all the 
coal; words and music by Irving 
Berlin [of U. S.] [3501 

© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918 ; E 417816 ; Waterson Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Diaphenia. See Love lyrics of Eliza- 
bethan times. 

Did you get that, say, did you get 
that; words by J. F. Weybright, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [3502 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419446 ; J. F. Weybright, Morgan, 
Col. 

Dippie ditties no. 7 ; words and music 
by Byron Gay [of U. S.] [3503 

© Feb. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418701 ; New York feature syndi- 
cate corp., New York. 

no. 8. [3504 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 418620; New York feature 
syndicate corp., New York. 



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3524 



Dippie ditties — Continued. 

no. 9. [3505 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418739; New York feature syndi- 
cate Corp., New York. 

no. 10. [3506 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1918 ; 
E 422494; New York feature syndi- 
cate Corp., New York. 

no. 13. [3507 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918 ; E 422659 ; N. Y. feature synd. 
corp., New York. 

no. 14. [3508 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424056; New York feature synd. 
corp., New York. 

Discarded (The) drum; words by 

Margot Case Hale, music by R. B. 

Brewer [of U. S.] [3509 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 419251; 

Robert B. Brewer, Cleveland. 

Dixie do or die; words by Edward 
Knapp Anderton, music by Ettore 
Rappetti [of Italy domiciled at Tar- 
ry town, N. Y.] [3510 
© Mar. 17, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918 ; E 417795 ; Art music co., Tar- 
rytown, N. Y. 

Dixie (The) volunteers; fox-trot, by 
by Ruby, played by Donald Makay 
and Harry De Costa [of U. S.] ; in 
~C. (Rvthmodik record music roll, 
G 100893) [3511 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419560; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Djer-kiss ; words and music by P. F. 
Ludwig [of U. S.] [3512 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417480; 
Paul F. Ludwig, New York. 

Do it now ; hymn, words by George 
Branum, music by H. G. Tovey [of 
U. S.] [3513 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419163; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 

Do your bit ; romantic operetta in two 
acts, books and lyrics by Amelia Clay, 
music by F. G. Fassnacht [of U. S.] 

[3514 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; D 19830; 
Ferdinand G. Fassnacht, German- 
town, Pa. 



Do your loving at home; words and 
music by S. S. Cassard [of U. S.] 

[3515 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918; E 419594; 

Samuel Snowden Cassard, Brooklyn. 

Doing his bit ; words and music by W. 
and Lou Cody [of U. S.] [3516 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418625; 
Win. Henry Cody, Oswego, N. Y. 

Dolly's sorrow ; by Siegmund Jaffa 

[of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, Evans 

music co. [3517 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418694; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Don't forget the girl who's waiting 
in the good old U S. A. ; words by 
M. C. Peninger, music by Nellie 
Green [of U. S.] Stockton, Cal., 
Henry D. Pelle. [3518 

© Mar. 25, 191S ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 419623; Minnie C. Peninger, 
Stockton, Cal. 

Don't fokget to tell my sweetheart ; 
words by Edith L. Means, music by 
A. W. Kneff [of U. S.] [3519 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418853; Means & Gehrke, Janes- 
ville, Wis. 

Don't forget your soldier boy ; words 

by I. R. Dennison, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3520 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417471; 

Isabella R. Dennison, Alameda, Cal. 

Don't harm the flag that protects 
you; words by M. V. Lawrence, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [3521 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419441; M. Vivian Law- 
rence, Seattle. 

Don't Jerry, don't Jerry; words and 
music by R. J. Allen [of U. S.] 

[3522 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419155; 
Robert J. Allen, Minneapolis. 

Don't let the tears swell those 
dear eyes; words by C. McGill, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3523 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418941; 
Charles McGill, Lilly, Pa. 

Don't tempt our boys; words by M. 
Huseby, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [3524 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419465; Minnie Huseby, 
Fargo, N. D. 



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Don't try to fool your Uncle 
Sammy ; words by J. I. Wood, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3525 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422313; 
James I. Wood, Benson, Neb. 

Don't try to steal the sweetheart 
of a soldier; one-step, by Schenk, 
played by Victor Arden [of U. S.] ; 
in B flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G100713) [3526 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419479 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Don't you dare to flirt with me ; for 
I've a soldier Sammy 'cross the sea, 
words and music by H. S. Cuqua 
[of U. S.] [3527 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 419007; 
Henry S. Cuqua, Cleveland. 

Don't you go and worry, Mary; 
words by Ballard Macdonald, music 
by Halsey K. Mohr [of U. S.], arr. 
by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[3528 
l© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 417524; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc. New 
York. 

Down below the Mason-Dixon line; 
words by Wm. McGoewey, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3529 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418984. 
Wm. McGoewey, Troy, N. Y. 

Down Devon way; words by R. C. 
Russell, music by Horace Clulow [of 
England] ; no. 2 in E flat. [3530 

© Mar. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 420448; Keith Prowse & 
co., ltd., London. 

Down in Borneo isle ; jass one-step, 
by Creamer-Lay ton, played by Victor 
Arden and W. T. Axtman [of U. S.] ; 
4 hands, in E flat. (Rythmodik 
record music roll, G 100503) [3531 
© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419531 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Down in the harbor where liberty 
stands ; words by C. Gransen, music 
bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3532 
© 1 c. Mar. 11. 1918; E 422305; 
Chris. Gransen, DeWitt, la. 



Down in the trenches ; words and 
music by M. Gordon [of U. S.] 

[3533 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 419425; 
Margaret Gordon, Geneva, N. Y. 

Down the lane, where I made you 

mine ; words and music bv C. Friend 

[of U. S.] [3534 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1918; E 422106; 

Cliff Friend, Los Angeles. 

Down the Nile ; comic song, words 
and music by S. S. Cassard [of 
U. S.] [3535 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418880; 
Samuel Snowclen Cassard, New 
York. 

Down where the Jack o'lanterns 
grow ; in Cohan revue 1918, book by 
George M. Cohan, words by Irving- 
Berlin, music by G. Cohan and Irv- 
ing Berlin [of U. S.] [3536 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422049 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Down where the Rajahs dwell; 

words by Spencer Williams, music 

by W. E. Skidmore [of U. S.] [3537 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 191S ; E 419145; 

Will E. Skidmore, Chicago. 

Down where the southern roses 
grow ; waltz song, words by O. F. 
Dinkins, music by Jessie McClellan 
[of U. S.], arr. by Charles M. Smith 
[of IT. S.] Macon, Ga., Proctor-Pat- 
terson music co. [3538 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 8, 
1918 ; E 417663 ; Olivia Farris Dink- 
ins, Macon, Ga. 

Down with autocracy : words and 
arr. of music by A. V. Clute [of U. 
S.] melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] [3539 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417706; 
Aggie V. Clute, Hastings, Neb. 

Down with the Kaiser ; words by E. 

Jones, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [3540 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418871; 

Ernest Jones, Braeside, Canada. 

Dream, dream. See Rambler rose. 

Dream (The) of a soldier boy; waltz, 
bv J. V. Monaco, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Full 
orch. 2. Military band. [3541, 3542 
© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. each Mar. 
25, 1918 ; E 417960, 417979 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



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no. 4. 191S- 



3559 



Dream of the Red, White and Blue; 

words In- A. Walsh, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3543 

© 1 c. Fob. 21, 1918; E 417342; 

Al. Walsh. Philadelphia. 

Dream-song : words by Clarence Urmy, 
music by Claude Warford [of U. 
S. I ; high voice in A minor. [3544 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422231; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Dream waltz (Valse di sogno) ; by 
Francesco B. De Leone [of U. S.] 
op. 22, no. 3; piano. (Cover title: 
Valse di sogno.) [3545 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1918; E 422S29; B. Quattrociocche, 
Steubenville, O. 

Dreaming of days that used to be ; 
words and music by E. M. Bearn- 
gard [of U. S.] [3546 

© Feb. 28. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 41752S; Elsie Maye Beam- 
gard, Chardon, Kan. 

Dreaming of you ; words by W. J. 
Miller, music by W. J. Hastings [of 
U. S.] Long Branch. N. J., Keith's 
music pub. house. [3547 

© Mar. 25, 1918; % c. Apr. 4, 
1918: E 422832; W. J. Miller, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Dreamy ( The ) Parisian croon ; fox- 
trot from Hitchy-Koo, by E. Ray 
Goetz, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
U. S.] ; intro. : Driving home with 
Angeline. 4to. 1. Military band. 2. 
Full orch. [3548,3549 

© Aug. 25, 1917; Aug. 4, 1917; 2 
c. each Mar. 18, 1918; E 417805, 
417806; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Drifting along in this wide world 
alone : words bv R. E. Mason, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3550 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419093; 
Robert E. Mason, Braddock, Pa. 

Driver (F. Percival) Four sketches, 
by F. Percival Driver [of Great 
Britain] ; piano. Contents : 1. An 
April shower. — 2. Ebb tide. — 3. The 
Fairy ring. — 4. Through the snow. 

[3551 
© Feb. 11, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1918 ; E 420411 ; Anglo-French music 
co., ltd., London. 



Drop a line to mother ; while you're 
fighting over there, words by A. P. 
Jennings, music by J. B. Currie [of 
Canada | [3552 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1918; E 422,569; 
Arthur Patrick Jennings and John 
Bayard Currie, St. John, New 
Brunswick. 

Drop me down in Dixieland; words 

by J. Will Callahan, music by Max 

Kortlander [of U. S.] [3553 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918; E 417586; 

Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 

Dumpty deedle dee dum dee ; by Wal- 
ter Donaldson, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in 
G. 4to. [3554 

© Mar. 30. 1918; 2 c. Apr. 1, 
1918 ; E 419256 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

words by Hal Crane, music by 

Walter Donaldson [of U. S.] [3555 
© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918 ; E 422670 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Dynamo (The) of heaven; words by 
F. E. Rousch, music by Haldor Lille- 
nas [of Norway domiciled at Au- 
burn, 111.] [3556 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417622 ; Frank E. Rousch, Lynch- 
burg, O. 

'E loffare taliane ; versi di Tony 
Ferrazzano, musica di E. Di Capua 
e S. Gambardella [of Italy domiciled 
at New York] [3557 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417583 ; Italian book co. inc., New 
York. 

'E rose 'e maggio ; versi di G. E. Pas- 

qua lotto, musica di G. Quaranta [of 

Italy] ; canto e manclolino. [3558 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; E 417558 ; G. 

Esposito Pasqualotto, New York. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's; chorus 
for church dedication, by A. Ni- 
kolsky, Eng. adaptation by N. Lind- 
say Norden [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
4to. (Russian church music no. 
4469) [3559 

© Mar. 26. 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 422709; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
English adaptation] 



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pt. in,* n. s., v. 13 



East (The) Indian; words by 
Thomas Moore, music by G. Cotton 
Marshall [of U. S.], op. 2, no. 1, 
medium voice in E min. [3560 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417890; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Easter chimes. See Six Easter 
carols. 

Easter classics no. 6 ; words by Elsie 
Duncan Yale, music by Alfred Jud- 
son [of U. S.] 8vo. [3561 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6. 1918 ; 
E 418825; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Easter day ; anthem, music by Edwin 

C. Rowley [of U. S.] ; women's 

voices, organ ace. 4to. [3562 

'© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 

E 417798 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Easter triumph ; anthem, words by E. 
Myrtle Dunn, music by Adam Geibel 
[of U. S.] 4to. (Anthems for 
Easter, no. 207.) [3563 

© Feb. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418832; Adam Geibel music co., 
Philadelphia. 

words tr. from The Ambrosian, 

by Robert Campbell, music by Bruno 
Huhn [of U. S.] ; high voice in C. 

[3564 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 418894; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Ebb tide. See Driver (F. Percival) 
Four sketches. 

Echo (The) oracle; words and music 

by C. V. Lachmund [of U. S.] ; ten. 

or sop. with chorus ad lib. [3565 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418879; 

Carl V. Lachmund, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Echoes from the Volga; selection 
on Russian melodies, arr. by Julius 
S. Seredy [of U. S.] ; full orch. ; full 
mand. orch. parts arr. by L. Tocaben 
[of U. S.] (Progressive orch. ed. 
no. 44) [3566 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422255; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Egyptian (An) love song; words by 
J. Will Callahan, music by Lucille 
Palmer [of U. S.] [3567 

© Mar. 9, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 422378; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 



Eileen ; selection from the romantic 
Irish opera, by Victor Herbert, arr. 
by Harold Sanford [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [3568 
© July 23, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 418968 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

selection, one-step, by Victor Her- 
bert, arr. by Harold Sanford [of 
U. S.] ; military band. 4to. [3569 
© July 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1918 ; 
E 417808 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Eileen, when I met you ; words by 
F. Baker, music by Robert Van 
Sickle [of U. S.] [3570 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918 ; E 422587 ; Frank Baker, Fre- 
mont, Mich. 

Electa; oriental novelty fox-trot, 

words by J. G. M. Glick, music by 

Ethel Cooper [of U. S.] [3571 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422746; 

Jesse G. M. Glick, San Francisco. 

Eleven-fifty; words and music by 
Roe Anna Smothers [of U. S.] [3572 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 419196; 
R. A. Smothers, Somersville, O. 

Elle est Franqaise, l'Alsace-Lor- 
raine; chant patriotique, paroles de 
Goerges Lignereux, musique de 
Claude Terrasse [of France] [3573 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420301; Societe d'editions musi- 
cales, Paris. 

Ellinore; words and music by D. 
Brandt [of U. S.] [3574 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422072; 
Dorothy Brandt, Bicknell, Ind. 

Embers ; words by Jessie B. Ritten- 
house, music by David W. Guion 
[of U. S.] [3575 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918 ; E 422671 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Emblem (The) that set all men 

free ; words and music by E. T. Dick 

[of U. S.] [3576 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1918; E 417952; 

Elodia Trapp Dick, Chicago. 

England my England ; words by Wil- 
liam Ernest Henley, music by Alfred 
Hiles Bergen [of U. S.] [3577 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422297; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 



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3594 



Entente (The) ; words by J. L. Mc- 
Lean, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3578 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419334; 
John L. McLean, Victor, Col. 

Epigbamme; poeme de Henri de R6g- 
nier, musique de Philippe Gaubert 
[of France] [3579 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420310; Society des editions Ri- 
cordi, Paris. 

'Ere in the 'orspital; words anon., 
music by Tom Patterdale [of U. S.] ; 
high voice. [3580 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422190; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Esperance (L') ; chant patriotique ar- 
niSnien, paroles et musique de K. 
Proff-Kalfaian [of U. S.] [Armen- 
ien and French] [3581 

© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422030; K. Proff-Kalfaian, 
Boston. 

Etendard (L') FjToile (The Star 
Spangled Banner) ; hymne national 
Americain, harmonisation nouvelle et 
texte frangais de Alfred Delbruck [of 
France] ; piano et chant ou piano 
seul ad lib. Textes frangais et an- 
glais. [3582 
© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; 
E 420315; Socigte anonyme des Edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Etude. See Chopin (F. F.) 

F/TUDES A 4 MAINS, POUR UN COMMEN- 

cant; de Roger-Ducasse [of France] ; 
piano, livre 1, 2. (Edition classique 
nos. 9537, 9538) [3583,3584 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. each Feb. 28, 
1918; E 420298, 420299; Durand et 
cie., Paris. 

Eve, and a glowing west ; words by G. 
Hubi Newcombe, music by Mana 
Zucca [of U. S.] op. 33; medium 
voice, in E flat. [3585 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 418893 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Evening hymn ; words by M. A., mu- 
sic by Jos. Rheinberger [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, with organ. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 498) 

[3586 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416881; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 



Evening shadows ; reverie, by Bert R. 

Anthony [of U. S.] op. 84; piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [3587 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418690 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Evening star. See Wagner (Richard) 

Evening star polka; by F. W. Beall 
[of U. S.] arr. by A. H. Hyatt; cor- 
net in B flat with piano ace. [3588 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418858; 
F. W. Beall, Richmond Hill, N. J. 

Ever by your side; from Follow the 
girl, words by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Sigmund Romberg [of 
U. S.] [3589 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418591; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Ever-living Lord; Easter service, 
words by Geo. O. Webster, music by 
J. H. Fillmore [of U. S.] Cincin- 
nati, Fillmore music house. [3590 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418599; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Every girl in all America ; from Toot 
toot, words by Berton Braley, music 
by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [3591 
© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918; E 422655; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
lyrics] 

Everybody climb in the band wagon 
now; words by J. E. Hurst, melody 
by Arthur J. Manvell [of U. S.] 

[3592 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 417575; 
J. Ernest Hurst, Washington. 

Everybody ought to know how to do 
the tickle toe; dance, from Going 
up, intro. Do it for me, by Louis A. 
Hirsch, arr. by Lester Brockton [of 
U. S.] ; military band. 4to. [3593 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 417978 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Everybody's Christmas [and] It's 
your Christmas and mine; two 
community carols, words by Louise 
Horton, music by Laura Sedgwick 
Collins [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
piano or org. ace, 4to. [3594 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422285; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



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EVEEYONE CAN LICK THE KAISER IF HE 

wants to; words and music by 
Harold A. Frey [of U. S.] [3595 
© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417527; Harold Frey, Berlin, 
Mich. 

Ev'ey time she hears the band play 
it almost breaks her dear old 
heart; words and music by James 
W. Casey [of U. S.] [3596 

© Apr. 4, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 419249; Echo music pub. 
co., New York. 

Ev'rybody ought to know how to do 
the tickle toe; from Going up, by 
Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3597 
© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422009; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

Ev'rything is rosy now ; from Follow 
the girl, words by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Bud de Sylvia [of U. S.] 

[3598 
© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418866; G. Schirmer, New 
York 

Ewa-yea. See Bingham (Helena) 
Two songs from Hiawatha. 

Exemption ; words and music by C. 
Friend [of U. S.] [3599 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 422109; 
Cliff Friend, Los Angeles. 

Expect us then ; words by Miriam J. 
Cohn, melody by E. Grossberg [of 
TJ. S.], arr. by Mildred Bornfreund 
[of U. S.] [3600 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418813; 
Estelle Grossberg, New York. 

Eyes (The) of youth see the truth ; 
from Cohan revue 1918, words and 
music by Geo. M. Cohan [of U. S.] 

[3601 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422051 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co, New York. 

Fairest if it be your pleasure. See 
Salzedo (Carlos) Four choruses in 
old sonata form. 

Fairview march; two step, by Chas. 
Southwell [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [3602 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1918; E 419200; George Southwell 
pub. co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Fairy (The) ring. See Driver (F. 
Percival) Four sketches. I 



Fairy (A) tale; suite, by Frank 
Bridge [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
Contents : The princess . — The 
ogre. — The spell. — The prince. 

[3603 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 420362; Augener ltd., London. 

Fall of pearls ; mazurka caprice, by 
Harry Hiscocks [of New Zealand] ; 
piano. [3604 

© Dec. 17, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1918; E 420393; A. Eady & co., 
Auckland, New Zealand. 

Fancy you fancying me; fox-trot, 
from Odds and ends of 1917, by Lee 
and Weston, played by Donald Ma- 
kay [of U. S.] (Rythmodik record 
music roll, E 19153) [3605 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419559 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 



Fantasia 
(J. S.) 



and fugue. See Bach 



Fantasticando ; waltz, by B. Carosi 
[of Italy] ; 1st and 2nd violin and 
mandolin, and guitar. [3606 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418596; 
Bernardino Carosi, Ozone Park, 
N. Y. 

Far across the sea; words by A. S. 
Witucki, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of TJ. S.] [3607 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417834; 
Albert S. Witucki, Chickamauga 
Park, Ga. 

Far away across the Atlantic; 
patriotic march song, words by J. 
Newton, music by Walter Webb [of 
U. S.] [3608 

© Feb. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418535; John Newton, Philadel- 
phia. 

Far away in dear old Illinois ; words 

by J. Cavaletto, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3609 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418924; 

John Cavaletto, Cedar Point, 111. 

Far away o'er the deep blue sea ; 
words by L. I. Williamson, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [3610 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417381; Leslie I. Williamson, 
Brookline, Mass. 



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3630 



Farewell ; till we return some clay ; 

words bv H. Brouseau, music by 

Eddie Jackson [of U. S.] [3611 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 

E 417651 ; Brouseau & Jackson, New 

Orleans. 

Faeewell, dear heart ; words by Jack 

Person, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3612 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418942; 

Mrs. Richard Purcell, Monticello, 

N. Y. 

Farewell, little mother, so long, 

dear old dad ; words by B. Hanilla, 

music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

Chicago, North American music pub. 

co. [3613 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1918; E 422496; Bertha Hanilla, 

Homestead, Pa. 

Farewell, mother; words by C. M. 

Bolin, music by Robt. H. Brennen 

[of U. S.] [3614 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 

E 419626 ; Chas. M. Bolin, Cleveland. 

words by L. H. Heine, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3615 
© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419345; 
L. H. Heine, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Farewell, my Nancy Lee ; words and 
music by S. B. Wright [of U. S.] 

[3616 
© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422331; Sidney B. Wright, New- 
port, R. I. 
Farewell, my soldier boy ; words and 
music by J. Newnham [of U. S.] 

[3617 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419085; 

Jack Newnham, Bisbee, Ariz. 

Farewell, the trumpet calls me; 

words by F. A. Miller, music by Leo 

Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 

American music pub. co. [3618 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 

1918 ; E 419437 ; Frank A. Miller, St. 

Paul. 

Farewell village; by Arnold Carlo 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3619 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419064; 
Albert A. Loewenstein, New York. 

Farmer's (The) wedding; by Alfred 
Moffat [of Great Britain] ; violin 
with piano. (Twelve 18th century 
English violin pieces, no. 12) [3620 
© Jan. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 420367; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

22 



Fasola (Fa-so-la) ; by Frank Adlam 
[of England] ; piano. Three char- 
acteristic pieces for pianoforte, no. 
3) [3621 

© Dec. 27, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1918; E 420334; Nightingale & co., 
London. 

Father's (The) voice; words by Au- 
gusta E. Stetson, music by B. C. 
Merz [of U. S.] [3622 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 417493; Bessie Carol Merz, 
New York. 

Faure (Gabriel) Sonate ; par, G. 

Faure [of France] op. 109; violon- 

celle et piano. [3623 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 

E 420305; Durand et cie, Paris. 

Ferme la porte ; ou, Ferme la porte 
aux amoureaux, paroles de F. L. 
Benech et E. Dumont, musique de 
F. L. Benech [of France] [3624 

© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1918 ; E 420306 ; F. L. Benech, Paris. 

Festival postlude; by C. Hugo 

Grimm [of U. S.] ; organ. [3625 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 

1918; E 419017; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

Fete (Une) en ete (A summer holi- 
day) ; by Arthur gray [pseud, of 
Nicholas de Vore, of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3626 
© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422486; Bryant music co., 
New York. 

Fiddler love ; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Fred Royle [of Great 
Britain] ; in D. [3627 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 420401; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Fight for the flag; words and arr. 
of music by M. E. Lavender [of U. S.] 
melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3628 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918 ; E 417709 ; 
M. E. Lavender, Watersmeet, Mich. 

Fight* for the Red, White and Blue ; 
words by Wm. H. Barry, music by 
Ernest Menna [of U. S.] [3629 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1918; E 422112; Liberty music pub. 
co., Brooklyn. 

Fight for your country; words by 

Mrs. W. F. Nell, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [3630 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418712; 

Mrs. Wm. F. Neff, Waterford, Conn. 

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Fight (The) is on; march two step, 
by Carl D. Vandersloot, arr. by 
Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; full 
band. 4to. [3631 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418588; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Fight on ; vict'ry will surely come, 
words by Ed. Drake, music by 
Charles Rosen [of U. S.] [3632 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918; E 417741; Sound music pub. 
co., Seattle. 

Fighting (The) men ; march, by C. [ !] 
W. Chadwick, arr. by Stanislao Gallo 
[of U. S.] ; band parts. 4to. [3633 
© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419175; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed' 
on arrangement] 

Fiorellino di primavera ; valse lento, 
by Francesco Di Leo [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Pittsburgh] ; 1st and 2nd 
mand. and guit. [3634 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422610; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Fiori d' aprile (April flowers) ; ma- 
zurka poetica, by Francesco B. De 
Leone [of U. S.] op. 22, no. 2; piano. 

[3635 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422841; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Fiori di maggio (May flowers) ; by 
Francesco B. De Leone [of U. S.] 
op. 22, no. 1 ; pf. [3636 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422844; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Fireside (A) tale about a goblin. 
See Holland (Ruby) Five little pic- 
tures. 

First love (Et Ton revient toujours) ; 
words by Etienne, music by Mana 
Zucca [of U. S.] op. 31; high voice 
in G. [3637 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422035; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

First love — last love — best love ; 
from Bing boys on Broadway, words 
by Clifford Grey, music by Nat D. 
Ayer [of U. S.] [3638 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 419189; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 



First (The) man over the top ; words 

and music by Beth Riley (Elizabeth 

M. Riley) [of U. S.] [3639 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417695; 

Elizabeth M. Riley, Aldan, Pa. 

First regiment march ; by Maude 

Drake [of U. S.] ; piano. [3640 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1918 ; E 417775 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 

Sedalia, Mo. 

First steps in staccato playing ; by 
Felix Berger, op. 27, rev. by S. Reid 
Spencer [of U. S.] ; piano. [3641 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422740; Charles A. Gries, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision] 

Flag (The); words and music by 
J. A. Powning [of U. S.], arr. by 
Geo. P. Holten [of U. S.] [3642 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419068; 
John Augustus Powning, Tuolumne, 
Cal. 

Flag (The) I love; words by James 
Rowe and C. C. Stafford, music by 
C. C. Stafford [of U. S.] [3643 

© Feb. 8, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1918, 1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 422741; 
Christopher C. Stafford, Oneonta, 
Ala. 

Flag (The) of our nation; words by 
James Ollie Burns, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[3644 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417393; James O. Burns, Fruita, 
Col. 

Flag (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by W. S. Knodle [of 
U. S.] [3645 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918; E 422589; Walter St. Clair 
Knodle, Philadelphia. 

Flag (The) without a stain; patri- 
otic song with chorus of mixed 
voices, words and music by C. A. 
White, arr. by H. L. Harts [of 
U. S.] [3646 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 422570 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Flames and fancies; a reverie, by 
Wm. H. Tyers [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3647 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418531 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 



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3666 



Flanders' fields ; words by John D. 
McCrae, music by Alfred Hiles Ber- 
gen [of U. S.] [3648 
© Mar. 7. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422296; Gamble hinged 
music co., Chicago. 

Flight of the dove; valse, by J. B. 
Woller [of U. S.] ; piano. Philadel- 
phia, Banner music pub. co. [3649 
© Feb. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 418539; J. Bonner Woller, 
Philadelphia. 

Flo-Flo; selection, by Silvio Hein [of 
U. S.], arr. by Chas. Miller [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3650 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918; 
E 41760S; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Floatin' down the Mississippi, on 
our honeymoon ; words and music 
by W. W. Hall [of U. S., arr. by 
Frank E. Barry, of U. S.] [3651 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 417340; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago, 111. 

Florida, I hear you calling; words 

by J. J. Green, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3652 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; E 419331 ; J. 

J. Green, Hopewell, Va. 

Flower o' my heart; words by Ray 
York, music bv Roscoe Carter [of 
U. S.] [3653 

© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918; E 417748; Western music CO., 
Dewey, Okl. 
Flower (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by W T . A. Kelly [of U. S.] 

[3654 
© Mar. 9, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418881; William A. Kelly, 
New York. 

Flower song; by Gustav Lange, ed. 

by Louis Bitter [of U. S.] ; violin 

and piano. [3655 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 

1918; E 418750; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Fly, soldier boy ; words by L. Acolia, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3656 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418981; 

L. Acolia, New York. 

Follow the dear old flag ; words and 
music by B. Rourke [of U. S.] 
Boston, Cohen music pub. co. [3657 
© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424045; Bert Rourke, Haverhill, 
Mass. 



Follow the flag; patriotic song, 
words and music by J. B. McPhail 
[of U. S.] [3658 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 422022; John B. McPhail, 
Pueblo, Col. 

For all who watch ; words anon, 
music by Clarence Dickinson [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. (Sacred 
choruses, no. 69) [3659 

© Apr. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; 
E 422799; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

For dear Old Glory ; words and music 
by E. O. Peterson [of U. S.] [3660 
© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1918; E 422098; Erick Oscar Peter- 
son, Hillyard, Wash. 

For democrary; march song, words 
and music by V. E. Moser [of U. S.] 
arr. by Victor H. Maves [of U. S.] 

[3661 
© Mar. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 422818; Victor E. Moser, Mil- 
waukee. 

For England, for France and for 
dear U. S. A. ; words and music by 
W. C. Bourg and Lilian M. Nunez 
[of U. S.] [3662 

© 1 c. Nov. 2, 1917; E 422483; 
Wilson C. Bourg, St. Bernard 
Parish, La. 

For freedom of the world ; words by 

M. W. Perrigo, music by J. E. An- 

dino [of U. S.] [3663 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419351; 

M. W. Perrigo, Williamstown, N. Y. 

For God and our country ; a patriotic 
song, words and music by A. J. 
Schindler [of U. S.] New York, J. 
Fischer & bro. [3664 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918 ; E 419004 ; Anthony J. Schind- 
ler, Bloomfield, N. J. 

For honor and for home (Pour l'hon- 
neur et le foyer) ; march and one- 
step, by Jacques Perrin [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3665 

© Sept. 20, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419227; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

march and two-step, by Jacques 

Perrin [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 

[3666 
© Oct. 12, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419224; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Foe our dear Old Glory ; words by M. 
Compagnon, music by Everett J. 
Evans [of U. S.] Long Branch, 
N. J., Keith's music pub. house. 

[3667 
© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1918; E 422837; Mary Compagnon, 
Long Branch, N. J. 

For the flag and liberty; words by 
R. Belles, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3668 
© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419327; 
Robert Belles, Belle Vernon, Pa. 

For the glory of the grand old flag ; 
words and music by Gordon V. 
Thompson [of Canada] [3669 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 420369 ; Thompson pub. co., 
Toronto, Canada. 

For the love of the flag and you; 
words by O. D. Manuel, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3670 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418982; 
Ora D. Manuel, Roseville, 111. 

For the men at the front ; words by 
John Oxenham, music by N. C. Mor- 
gan [of U. S.] [3671 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422821 ; Norris C. Morgan, Wilm- 
ington, Del. 

For the two of us ; words by Edgar 
Leslie, music by Harry Ruby [of 
U. S.] [3672 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422054 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

For those within the veil ; memorial 
hymn, words and music by W. 
Prendergast [of England] London. 
Novello & co. ltd. [3673 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 420402; William Prender- 
gast, Winchester, England. 

For we'll all stand together for the 

flag; words and music by Mrs. S. 

Dobbins [of U. S.] [3674 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422306; 

Mrs. S. Dobbins, Blueston, Nev. 

For you ; words by Paul Porter, music 

by Louis Cheney [of U S.] [3675 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 

1918; E 417537; Temple music co., 

Maiden, Mass. 

Force of destiny. See Verdi (Giu- 
seppe) 



Fording the stream ; a la barcarolle, 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 
342, no. 5; piano. Boston, Evans 
music co. (In peace and war, no. 5) 

[3676 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418684; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Forest (A) ramble; by Paul Ducelle, 
op. 17, no. 11, arr. by Edmund Sev- 
ern [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
(Musical favors, no. 11) [3677 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 419428; 
B. F. Wood music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Forget all your troubles ; words by 
Edward Lockton, music by Edward 
St. Quentin [of England] ; in D. 

[3678 
© Mar. 12, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 420378; Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd., London. 

Forgotten (The) rite; prelude, by 
John Nicholson Ireland [of Great 
Britain] ; orch. score. [3679 

© Feb. 27, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 420454; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Forty-two grand mandolin solos ; by 
the eminent virtuosos Aubrey Stauf- 
fer, Will D. Moyer, J. Robert Mor- 
ris, Giuseppe Pettine. [Newly rev. 
and enl. by America's greatest vir- 
tuosos. World's artist ed.] cover- 
title, 48 p. fol. [3680 
© Dec. 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1917 ; 
aff. Jan. 30, 1918 ; A 480492 ; Chart 
music pub. co., Chicago. 

Fourth position for the violin ; by 
E. Schroeder [of U. S.] op. 14. 

[3681 

© Feb 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 5, 

1918 ; E 418698 ; Edward Schroeder, 

Dubuque, la. [Copyright is claimed 

on new matter] 

Fox (The) hunt; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 343, no. 2, ed. by 
Elmore R. Condon ; violin and piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [3682 

© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417541; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Fragrant flowers ; intermezzo, by 
S. E. Goldstein [of U. S.] ; 2 violins 
and piano. [3683 

© Mar. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422815; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 



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no. 4, 1918 



3700 



France, we'll rebuild your towns 
for you; words and music by Jack 
Coogan [of U. S.] [36S4 

© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 419079; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Free Russia (Swoboda Russia) ; 
march, by Wolf N. Kostakowsky [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [36S5 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918; E 417SS7; Sam Bederson, 
Brooklyn. 

Freedom of the seas ; waltzes, by B. J. 
Stoddart [of U. S.], arr. by Mrs. L. 
A. Stark [of U. S.] ; piano. [3686 
© Mar. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 422817; Benjamin J. Stoddart, 
Waupon, Wis. 

Freedom (The) of the world; words 
and music bv G. K. Engelinann [of 
U. S.] [3687 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 419180; 
George Karl Engelmann, Newark, 
N. J. 

Freedom's flag ; words by S. E. Mekin, 
music by Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. 4to. [3688 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 418883; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Frivolous rags; by Flora L. Noll [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [3689 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1918 ; E 417773 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 

Sedalia, Mo. 

Frog (The) ; humorous part-song, 
words by Frederic E. Weatherly, mu- 
sic by Ernest Newton [of England] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Novello's part- 
song book second series no. 1323) 

[3690 
© Feb. 25. 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420322; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

From Uncle Remus. See MacDowell 
(Edward Alexander) Woodland 
sketches. 

Full of glee; scherzo by Bert R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. Ill; piano. 

[3691 
© Mar 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418648; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Fundamental method for violon- 
cello; (Grundlegende methode fur 
violoncello) ; by Joseph Malkin [of 
Russia, domiciled at Boston] [3692 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422188; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



Funereo symphonie; by S. W. Krebs 
[of U. S.] op. 22 ; piano. [3693 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E 418541; 
Stanley Walter Krebs, New York. 

Funny (A) old heck; some rube, 
words and music by W. E. Davis [of 
U. S.] [3694 

© Mar. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417666; William E. Davis, Santa 
Cruz, Cal. 

Furore d'una banda; marcia sin- 
fonica, by G. Iasilli [of U. S.] ; 
band. 4to. [3695 

© Nov. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; E 422491; O. Di Bella, New 
York. 

Furs and frills; fox-trot, by Hein, 
played by Victor Arden [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
E1S933) [3696 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419537; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 

intro. Does Polly want 

Wally, by Silvio Hein, arr. by T. M. 
Taylor [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [3697 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417982; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. (Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

intro. Furs and frills and 

Does Polly want Wally, by Silvio 
Hein, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [3698 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417982; M. Whitmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

medley waltz, intro. Heart of my 

heart [and] A short farewell is 
best, by Silvio Hein, arr. by T. M. 
Taylor [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [3699 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417976; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

selection, by Silvio Hein, arr. by 

Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; full 
orch. [3700 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 419040; M. Witmark, & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 



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Fues and fkills — Continued. 

selection, by Silvio Hein, arr. by 

Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [3701 
© Mar. 5, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 417968; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 
Galatea; from new musical comedy 
Over the top, lyrics by Philip 
Bartholomae, music by Sigmund 
Romberg & Herman Timberg [of 
U. S.] [3702 
t© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422083; G. Schirmer jr., 
New York. 
Gaeden of blue bells ; glide waltz, 
by A, F. Erhardt [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3703 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 422595; 
Anna Frances Erhardt, Philadel- 
phia. 
Garden (The) of mind; words by 
E. G. Thompson, music by N. J. 
Hollander [of U. S.] [3704 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 417561; 
Eleanor Gregsten Thompson and N. 
Julius Hollander, New York. 
Gaeden song (Gartenlied) ; by Lich- 
ner, played by Andrei Kmita [of 
U. S.] (Rythmodik record music 
rolls J18764) [3705 

© Nov. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419491 ; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 
Gates (The) ajae; [Easter service] 
nos. 1-10 [Arr. by Ira B. Wilson, 
of U. S.] ; orch. pts. 4to. [3706 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1918; E 418530; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 
Gathering (The) to arms ; words by 
C. H. Porter, music by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 
arr. by C. H. Porter [of U. S.l 

[3707 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422764; 
Charles H. Porter, Addison, Pa. 
Gaubeet (Philippe) Lied; poeme de 
H. de Regnier, musique de Philippe 
Gaubert [of France] [3708 

© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 420308; Society anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
Gavotte; by N. Louise Wright [of 
U. S.] op. 33; piano. (Six easy im- 
promptus for piano, no. 5) [3709 
© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 1, 
1918; E 419243; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



Gee! but isn't love a funny old 
game ; words by G. R. Byerly, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3710 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418943; 
Geo. R. Byerly, Lancaster, Pa. 

Gem of Ameeica; words by V. Sta- 
men, music by Luther A. Clark [of 
U. S.] arr. by V. Stamen [of U. S.] 

[3711 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422776; 
Victorene Stamen, Des Moines. 

'Gene Ayees ; vespers of a vagabond, 

words and music by C. Fritsche [of 

U. S.] [3712 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 417818; 

Harding & co., Los Angeles. 

Geneeal Peeshing; march, by C. E. 
Edgerly [of U. S.] ; piano. Port- 
land, Me., Cressey & Allen. [3713 
© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 422669; Cora E. Edgerly, 
Portland, Me. 

one-step, march or two-step, by 

Carl D. Vandersloot [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3714 

© Mar. 9, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422340; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Get a detective ; trio, fox trot, from 
An Arabian night, words by Darl 
MacBoyle, music by Walter Louis 
Rosemont [of U. S.] [3715 

© Mar. 11. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 417731; Orpheus music co., 
New York. 

Get him, — me und Gott; words and 
music by G. S. Upson [of U. S.] 
Waterbury, Conn., Truson pub co. 

[3716 
© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1918 ; E 419083 ; Gertrude S. Upson, 
Waterbury, Conn. 

Get out on the fieing line; words 
and music by E. Williams [of 
U. S.] arr. by [Homer Tonijee, of 
U. S.] [3717 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1918; E 418508; 
Edward Williams, Los Angeles. 

Ghostly (The) galley; words by 
Jessie B. Rittenhouse, music by 
David W. Guion [of U. S.] [3718 
© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918 ; E 422672 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



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3736 



Giddy giddap ! go on ! go on ; march 
song, bv Frost, played by Victor Ar- 
den and Paul King [of U. S.] ; in G. 
(Rvthmodik record music rolls 
G 100674) [3719 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918; E 419484; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Gim' me a kiss Mieandy ; by Althea T. 
Rutherford, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; military band in D flat. 
4to. [3720 

© Feb. IS, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 417974 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Giel (The) I called my lose; waltz 

sons, words and melody by J. Del- 

lavocca [of U. S. ! [3721 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 417817; 

James Dellavocca, Los Angeles. 

Giel scouts' maech ; by Elizabeth 

Griffin [of U. S.] ; piano. [3722 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1918 ; 

E 418918; C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 

Giel (The) who took hee mothee's 
place ; words bv J H. O'Brien, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3723 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419114; 
J. H. O'Brien, Parent, Can. 

Giel (The) you can't foeget ; waltz, 
by W. R. Williams [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3724 
© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 418545 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Giely ; words and music by O. E. Leo- 
pold [of U. S.] [3725 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918; E 417635; 
Oliver Elmer Leopold, Sioux Falls, 
S. D. 

Give eae, give eae, good Cheistian 
men. aS'cc Six Easter carols. 

Give me a coenee in youe heaet ; 

words by Mrs. H. L. Stanton, music 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [3726 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418715; 

Mrs. H. L. Stanton, Norwich, Conn. 

Give me a gielie to love me, and I'll 
fight like the devil for you ; 
words by E. J. Kelly, music by J. 
Haunschild [of U. S.] [3727 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918 ; E 422579 ; Kelly & Haunschild, 
Chicago. 



Give theee cheees for our heroes in 
France; words by May Van Dyke, 
music by H. E. Van Dyke [of U. S.] 

[3728 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419075; 
Harry E. Van Dyke, Portland, Or. 

Gloeia ; a book of easy anthems for 
volunteer choirs. [by J. Lincoln 
Hall and others of U. S.] 4to. 

[3729 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
6, 1918; A 493349; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Glo'ster (The) Marys; words by 
Fred E. Weatherly, music by C. Lee 
Williams [of Great Britain] [3730 
© Feb. 11, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
191S ; E 420433 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Gluck (Cheistoph Wilibald von) 
Musette ; from Armide, by C. W. von 
Gluck, transcribed by Joseph Mal- 
kin [of Russia, domiciled at Boston] 
1. Violin and piano. 2. Cello and 
piano. [3731, 3732 

© Dec. 31, 1917 ; 2 c. each Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422219, 422220; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on transcription] 

Go get the Huns ; words and music 
by M. E. Kemp [of U. S.] [3733 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422351; 
Marie E. Kemp, Marion, Ala. 

GO OVEE THEEE AND FIGHT ; WOl'dS and 

music by E. S. Brower [of U. S.] 

[3734 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422015; 

Edward S. Brower, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Go to daek Gethsemane ; words by J. 
Montgomery, music by T. Tertius 
Noble [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Church music review no. 501) 

[3735 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419608; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

GO TO IT, AMEEICA, YOU AEE THE MELT- 
ING pot of the woeld; words and 
music by J. Wolff [of U. S.] San 
Francisco, Cal., International pub. 
co. [3736 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422303; Jennie Wolff, San 
Francisco. 



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Goblins ; by N. Louise Wright [of 
U. S.] op. 35; piano (Six easy 
impromptus for piano no. Ill) 

[3737 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419241; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

God be merciful unto us ; words 
from Psalm LXVII, music by Percy 
C. Buck [of England] ; boy's voices. 
4to. (Novello's chorister series of 
church music no. 57) [3738 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 420323; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

God be with our boys to-night ; 
words by Fred G. Bowles, music by 
Wilfrid Sanderson, arr. by Boosey 
& co. [of Great Britain, domiciled at 
New York] ; in C. [3739 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918 ; E 417535 ; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on title 
and revision] 

God bless the ladies ; words and mel- 
ody by James Kendis and James 
Brockman [of U. S.] arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann [of U. S.] [3740 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422089; 
Kendis, Brockman music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

God hath sent His angels. See Six 
Easter carols. 

God is good ; words by S. C. Kirk, mu- 
sic by S. B. Jackson [of U. S.] 

[3741 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422354 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

God knoweth best ; words by Johnson 
Oatman, jr., music by S. B. Jackson 
[of U. S.] [3742 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422372; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

God speaks to the nations ; a song 
for world peace, words by J. M. Dut- 
ton, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [3743 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918; E 417633; 
Julia M. Dutton, Geneva, N. Y. 

God speed the boys of the U. S. A. ; 
words by G. D. Bayson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3744 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417472; 
Grace Damon Bayson, Winthrop, 
Mass. 



God to the rescue ; words and arr. of 
music by M. Saultis [of U. S.], mel- 
ody by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [3745 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417704; 
Marie Saultis, Minneapolis. 

Going to can the Kaiser ; words and 
music by E. Coburn [of U. S.] arr. 
by W. W. Shepard. [3746 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422330; Edna Coburn, Norwood, 
Mass. 

Going up; musical play founded on 
James Montgomery's comedy The 
aviator, words by Otto Harbach, mu- 
sic by Louis A. Plirsch [of U. S.] ; 
vocal score. [3747 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 418617 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

one step, from Going up, intro. 

Here's to the two of you, by Louis 
A. Hirsch, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Full orch. 2. Mili- 
tary band. [3748, 3749 
© Jan. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. each Mar. 19, 
1918 ; E 419024, 419025 ; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

selection, by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. 

by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; full 
orch. 4to. [3750 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918 ; E 417984 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

military band. 4to. [3751 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 
E 417966 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Golden days ; words and arr. by L. 

McConnell, music by May Hill [of 

U. S.] [3752 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 422752; 

Lorena McConnell, Akron, O. 

Good bye America — hello France; 

words by J. W. Shaw, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [3753 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418868; 

John W. Shaw, Clough, S. D. 

Good-bye, Barney boy; words by J. 
Keirn Brennan, music by Theodore 
Morse [of U. S.] [3754 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417724 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 



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3773 



Good-bye, Bill ; from Good-bye Bill, 
words by Richard Fechheimer, mu- 
sic by W. B. Kernell [of U. S.] 

[3755 
© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417670; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Good-bye, Cabababian nights ; words 
by Raymond Euan, music by Rich- 
ard A. Whiting [of U. S.] [3756 
© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418820; Jerome H. Reinick & co., 
New York. 

Goodbye, deak American days ; words 

and music by Doc Long [of U. S.], 

arr. by L. Long [of U. S,] [3757 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1918; E 417700; 

Leila Long, Cleveland. 

Good bye, dear old America ; word 
and music by J. A. Provenzano [of 
U. S.] arr. by Harry Weston [of 
L T . S.] New Orleans, Provenzano & 
Dantoni. [3758 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417652 ; John A. Provenzano, New 
Orleans. 

Good-bye, Dixie; I'm off to France; 
from Any old thing, words and mu- 
sic by Peter Bernard and Art M. 
Swanstone [of England] [3759 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 420382; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Good-bye, farewell again; words by 

M. L. Mann, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [3760 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417498; 

Merl L. Mann, Conrad, Mont. 

Good-bye France, hello ! Broadway ; 
words and music by W. F. Wells [of 
U. S.] [3761 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418583; William F. Wells, Phila- 
delphia. 

Good-bye, good-bye; words by A. J. 
Johnson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3762 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418772; 
Alfred J. Johnson, Idaho Springs, 
Col. 

Good-bye, laddie, good-bye; words by 
J. F. Koellhoffer, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3763 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419354; 
J. Francis Koellhoffer, Elizabeth, 
X. J. 



Good-bye, little Berlin ; words by 
M. E. Herring, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3764 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918 ; E 419435 ; Maude E. Herring, 
West Park, O. 

Good-bye little girl, don't cry ; words 

by G. E. Lowrey, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3765 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419127; 

Grace E. Lowrey, Lowrey, Cal. 

Good-bye, little girlie; words by A. 
R. Gnuse, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3766 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418573; 
Adeline R. Gnuse, Quincy, 111. 

Good-bye, mother dear, it's wartime ; 

words by F. F. Rinz, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3767 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419106; 

Frederick F. Rinz, Sanborn, N. Y. 

Good-bye, my dear, good-bye ; words by 
Mrs. E. M. Nevhart, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3768 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422319; 
Mrs. E. M. Neyhart, Shavertown, 
Pa. 

Good-bye, my girl ; words by Paul Mc- 
Allister, music by Margaret McKin- 
ney [of U. S.] [3769 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418512 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Good-bye, my little girl; words and 
music by Ramond Thompson [of 
U. S.] [3770 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 422115; 
R. Frank Thompson, New York. 

Good-bye, my soldier boy ; march song, 
words and music by June Bauer [of 
U. S.] [3771 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918 ; E 417740 ; June Bauer co., inc., 
Judsonia, Ark. 

words and music by H. K. Hank- 
ins [of U. S.] Long Branch, N. J., 
Keith's music pub. house. [3772 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422836; Hettie King Hankins, 
Long Branch, N. J. 

Good-bye, my sweetheart ; words and 
music by J. Irwin [of U. S.] [3773 
© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422350 ; John Irwin, New York. 



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Good-bye, Sammy; words by J. A. 

Wells, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3774 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419339; 

James A. Wells, Battle Creek. 

Good-bye, sweetheakt; words by 
Mary C. Benjamin, music by C. H. 
McCurrie [of U. S.] Alameda, Cal., 
Alameda music co. [3775 

©' Mar. 4, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1918 ; E 419080 ; Charles H. McCur- 
rie, Alameda, Cal. 

Good-bye, sweetheart, good-bye; pa- 
triotic song, march and one-step, 
words and music by B. Branch [of 
U. S.] [3776 

© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422796; Bennie Branch, Des 
Moines. 

words and music by L. Kness [of 

U. S.] [3777 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1918; E 419420; 
Leo Kness, Oakland, Cal. 

Good-bye, sweetheart, good-bye to 
you; words by James Ellis, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 3.] 

[3778 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418781; 
James Ellis, Du Bois, Pa. 

Goodbye, that means yotj; jass, one- 
step, by Lange, played by Victor 
Arden and Malvin Franklin [of 
U. S.] ; in B flat. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls G100573) [3779 
© Nov. 20, 1917; 2, c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419496 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Good-bye, U. S. A. ; words by Louise 
M. Cody, music and arr. by W. H. 
Cody [of U. S.] [3780 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1918; E 417895; 
William Henry Cody, Oswego, 
N. Y. 

Good morning, Mr. Ztp-Zip-Zip ; words 
and music by Robert Lloyd [of 
U. S.] [3781 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1918; E 417609; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Good night, Paul; fox trot, by H. B. 
Olsen, arr. by Lester Brockton [of 
U. S.] intro. One Monday near a 
blue one ; Eenie weenie ; Lovey 
Dovey, and I like you ; orch. 4to. 

[3782 

© Dec. 18, 1917: 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1918; E 418970; M. Witmark & 

sons, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 



Good night, Paul — Continued. 

intro. One Monday near a blue 

one, Eenie Weenie, Lovey Dovey, 
and I like you, by H. B. Olsen, arr. 
by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [3783 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 419039 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Good (The) old U. S. and you; words 
and music by V. H. Mattson [of 
U. S.] Spokane, Wash., Mattson 
music co. [3784 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1918; E 422840; Verne H. Mattson, 
Spokane, Wash. 

Goose neck Sam ; words by Carrie 

Rogers, music by J. Collins [of 

U. S.] [3785 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 419003; 

Jean Collins, New York. 

Gospel melodies ; a collection of 
choice gospel songs and hymns, for 
the Sunday school, young people's 
society, prayer meeting and evange- 
listic services. Comp. and arranged 
by E. M. Spreng, F. C. Berger [of 
U. S.] 2 p. 1., 284 p. 8vo. [3786 
© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1918; aff. Feb. 25, 1918; A 481809; 
C. Hauser, publisher, Cleveland. 

Gospel sunshine; words by James 
Rowe, music by C. H. Gabriel [of 
U. S.] [3787 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422357; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Ave. 
Maria ; melody adapted to the first 
prelude of J. S. Bach, by Gounod, 
arr. by Osbourne McConathy [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, (Laurel 
octavo, no. 89) [3788 

© Mar. 19, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
191S; E 419174; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Marche funebre d'une marionette 

(Funeral march of a marionette) ; 
by Gounod, played by Howard 
Brockway [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music roll, J 16614) [3789 
© Nov. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419550; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 



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3804 



Gounod (Charles Francois ) — Contd. 

Queen (The) of Sheba; ballet 

suite, by C. Gounod, arr. by V. F. 
Safranek [of U. S.] ; military band. 

[3790 
© Jan. 7, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422213; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Grab 'em, stab 'em, any way to hold 
'em till we join you over there ; 
words by Roy R. Baker, music by 
E. R. Meek [of U. S.] [3791 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1918; E 422476; 
Eleanor Roberts Meek, Lewistown, 
111. 

Grand (The) old flag or liberty; 
words by H. I. Brown, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3792 
© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419343; 
H. I. Brown, Trenton, N. J. 

Grand (The) old Thirteenth regi- 
ment; words by I. H. Forsstrom, 
music by M. Du Frerre [pseud of 
Ethel Fisher of U. S.] arr. by I. H. 
Forsstrom [of U. S.] [3793 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422768; 
Ida H. Forsstrom, Indianola, Fla. 

Grand (The) old U. S. A.; words by 
Dothel T. Crawford, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3794 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418761; 
Mrs. Elmer Crawford, Hindsboro, 
111. 

Grandmother's menuet. See Grieg 
(E. H.) 

Grass (The) widow; selection, by 
Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 

[3795 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 

1918 ; E 417983 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

military band. 4to. [3796 

© Mar. 5, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 417971 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Great (The) day is coming; words 
by Charlotte G. Homer, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] [3797 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422368; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 



Great (The) miracle; Easter can- 
tata, text compiled and music by C. 
Hugo Grimm [of U. 5S.] ; soli, chorus 
and organ. [3798 

© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918; 
E 418626; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Ase's 
death (Ase's tod) ; duet, by Grieg, 
op. 46, no. 2 ; ed. by Jos. Gahm [of 
IT. S.] ; 2 pianos. (Peer Gynt suite 
no. 1) [3799 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1918 ; 
E 422267; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on edited ver- 
sion] 

Anitra's tanz (La danse d'Ani- 

tra) ; duet, by Edvard Grieg, op. 46, 
no. 3; ed. by Jos. Gahm [of U. S.] ; 
2 pianos. (Peer Gynt suite no. 1) 

[3800 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1918 ; 
E 422268; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on edited ver- 
sion] 

Grandmother's menuet; by E. 

Grieg, transcribed by Mischa Elman 
[of Russia, domiciled at New York] ; 
violin and piano. (Concert tran- 
scriptions, no. 5) [3801 
© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422253; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

In the hall of, the mountain king 

(In der halle des bergkonigs) ; duet, 
by Grieg, op. 46, no. 4 ; ed. by Jos. 
Gahm [of U. S.] ; 2 pianos (Peer 
Gynt suite no. 1) [3802 

© Feb. 7, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1918; E 422269; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 

Morning-mood (Morgenstim- 

mung), duet, by Grieg, op. 46, no. 1; 
ed. by Jos. Gahm [of U. S.] ; 2 
pianos (Peer Gynt suite no. 1) [3803 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1918 ; 
E 422266; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on edited ver- 
sion] 

Grimm (Carl W.) Twelve little poeti- 
cal studies; by C. W. Grimm [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3804 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418627; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 



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Griselidis ; four-part song, old 
French folk song, tr. by Charles 
Fonteyn Manney, arr. by Victor 
Harris [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
4to. [3805 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918; E 422472; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Geoung; chant patriotique armenien, 
d'aprgs la version populaire des 
Armeniens du Caucase, paroles et 
musique de K. Proff-Kalfaian [of 
U. S.] [Armenien and French] 

[3806 
© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422029; K. Proff-Kalfaian, 
Boston. 

Guard of the U. S. A. ; words by H. G. 
Creel, music by Thos. Benton [of 
U. S.] Fort Worth, Tex. Quartet 
music co. [3807 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418806; Cobb & Benton, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Gypsy song. See Rambler rose. 

Hail flag of freedom ; words by W. 
McClave, music by Alfred Penning- 
ton [of U. S.] 4to. [3808 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422822; Wm. McClave, Scranton, 
Pa. 

Hail ! hail ! the gang's all here ; by 
Marse & Sullivan, played Victor 
Arden and Paul King [of U. S.], in 
G. (Rythmodik record music rolls 
G100623) [3809 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918 ; E 419538 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

Hail to the flag ; words by A. Wake- 
field, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3810 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419099; 
Addison Wakefield, West Enfield, 
Me. 

Hamadryad (The) ; by MayMukle [of 
England domiciled at New York 
city] ; violoncello and piano. [3811 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418848; J. Schrimer, inc., New 
York. 

Hands across the centuries; suite, 
by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry 
[of Great Britain] ; pf. [3812 

© Feb. 27, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 420453; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 



Hands (The) that are holy; words 
by Mary Grant O'Sheridan, music 
by Beatrice Macgowan-Scott [of 
Canada domiciled at Oak Park, 111.] 
med. voice. [381$ 

© Feb. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 418548; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Happiness; by Herbert Ralph Ward 
[of U. S.] ; pf. (Lyric miniatures, no. 
15091) [3814 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918; E 418640; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Happy all the day ; hymn, words and 
music by Geo. Branum [of U. S.] 

[3815 
© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419167; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 

Happy hours ; mazurka, by Bert R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. 95, no. 4; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. (In 
merryland, no. 4) [3816 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418687 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Happy school days. See Reflections. 

Hark ! I hear your country calling ; 
words and music by W. M. Clawson 
[of U. S.] [3817 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417665 ; Wm. M. Clawson, Cincin- 
nati. 

Same. [3818 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 422384; Wm. M. Clawson, 
Cincinnati. 

Harrow (Paul) Toccata; by P. Har- 
row [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[3819 
© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1918 ; 
E 420414; Anglo-French music co. 
ltd., London. 
Has anybody seen my Corinne ; words 
by R. Graham, music by Lukie John- 
son [of U. S.] [3820 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422578; Roger Graham, Chicago. 

Hats off, salute Old Glory; words 
by J. L. Ripper, music by John E. 
Brown [of U. S.] [3821 

© Dec. 14, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1918 ; E 417636 ; Jessie Loraine Rip- 
per, Wray, Col. 

Hats off to ev'ry mother of a sol- 
dier; words by G. M. Or me, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [3822 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419172; 
Gertrude M. Orine, Racine, Wis. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 4, 1918 



3840 



Hats off to Uncle Sam ; words and 
music by E. D. Wilson [of U. S.] 

[3823 
© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418S39; Emily D. Wilson, Phila- 
delphia. 

Have you made peace with God; 
words and music by Chas. E. Pol- 
lock [of U. S.] [3824 
© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 418669; William Hamilton 
Adams, Punxsutawney, Pa. 

Have you seen him in Feance ; broth- 
er o' mine, words by Gordon John- 
stone, music by Ward-Stephens [of 
U. S.] ; in D. [3825 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 417610; Chappell & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Hawaii Nei; words by T. Kurashige, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3826 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419120; 
Tetsu Kurashige, Pearl City, Oahu, 
T. H. 

Hawaiian deeam ; intro : Aloha oe, 
•by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Jolly juvenile tunes, no. 15076) 

[3827 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918; E 418638; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

He can nevee whip the Red, White 
and Blue; words by B. Wilkinson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3828 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422308; 
Billie Wilkinson, Omaha, Neb. 

He did it foe his Uncle Sammy; 

words by L. M. Doan, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [3829 

© 1 c. Mar. 14. 1918; E 422397; 

Leora M. Doan, Cupertino, Cal. 

He'll fight foe his countey and for 
you; words and music by G. M. 
Kidd [of U. S.] [3830 

© 1 c. Mar. 2,5, 1918; E 422559; 
G. Montgomery Kidd and Arden W. 
Allen, Seattle. 

He maketh waes to cease; text 
scriptural, music by John Prindle 
Scott [of U. S.] ; low in E flat. 

[3831 
© Mar. 22, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 1, 
1918; E 422710; Harold Flammer 
inc., New York. 



He's got those big blue eyes like 
you daddy mine ; by Leo Wilson and 
Alfred Dubin, arr. by Geo. J. Trin- 
kaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in B 
flat. 4to. [3832 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 1, 
1918 ; E 419257 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement] 

words and music by Lew Wilson 

and Alfred Dubin [of U. S.] [3833 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2,, 1918 ; 
E 418513 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

He's my little blue-eyed man ; words 
and music by W. Jolly [of U. S.] 
Long Branch, N. J., Keith's music 
pub. house. [3834 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1918; E 422834; Wm. Jolly, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Heaets coueageous ; march, by George 
Dudley Martin [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3835 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418665; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Heaet's ease; by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Diploma series 
no. 3) [3836 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422262; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Heaet's message; nocturne, by C. C. 

Crammond [of U. S.] op. 97 ; piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [3S37 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418689 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Heaets that aee teue; words and 
melody by E. L. Grundy [of England 
domiciled at San Francisco] [383S 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418616; 
Evelyn Laughton Grundy, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Hedge-eose (The) opens; words by 
Alfred Noyes, music by Edith Lob- 
dell [of U. S.] [3839 
© Mar. 27. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30. 
1918 ; E 422742 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Hello Dixie land ; opening cho., words 
and music by Billy V. Ewing [of 
U. S.] harmony arr. by Harper H. 
Puggsley [of U. S.] [3840 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418731; 
William V. Ewing, New York. 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. T 



Hello, New York ; from Bing boys on 
Broadway, words by Clifford Grey, 
music by Nat D. Ayer [of U. S.] 

[3841 

©. Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 419188; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Hello Wisconsin ; by Ruby, played by 
Victor Arden & Malvin Franklin [of 
U. S.] ; in C. (Rytlimodik record 
music rolls G100512) [3842 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419544; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Hello Yaphank ; words by J. B. Van, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3843 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419121; 

Johnny B. Van, Brooklyn. 

Help Hoover win the war ; words and 
music by A. M. Collins [of U. S.] 
Philadelphia, Keystone music co. 

[3844 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418809; Ada May Collins, Phila- 
delphia. 

Helter-skelter. See Levine (Isaac) 
Twenty-four miniatures for the pi- 
ano-forte. 

Her soldier lad in khaki clad; 
words by S. W. Youmans, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3845 
!© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417486; 
S. W. Youmans, Lowell, Mass. 

Her Yankee man ; words and music 
by W. J. Conway [of U. S.] [3846 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417505; 
William Joseph Conway, Chicago. 

Heralds of spring; graceful dance, 
bv George Dudley Martin [of 
[U. S.] ; pf. [3847 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918; E 418666; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Heralds of summer are here. See 
Salzedo (Carlos) Four choruses in 
old sonata form. 

Here am I, send me; hymn, words by 
William M. Runyan, music by H. G. 
Tovey [of Australia domiciled at 
Cynthiana, Ind.] [3848 

© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419615; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 



Here and there and everywhere ; 

words and music by R. J. Allen [of 

U. S.J [3849 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419156; 

Robert J. Allen, Minneapolis. 

Here, there and everywhere; words 
by E. E. Hewitt, music by C. H. 
Gabriel [of U. S.] [3850 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422362; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Heroes of the Dardanelles ; words 
and music by Reginald A. A. Stone- 
ham [of Australia] [3851 
© Dec. 5, 1915; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1918 ; E 420436 ; Allan and co. prop, 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

Hiawatha's song; words by H. W. 

Longfellow, music by J. A. Bliss 

[of U. S.] op. 7, no. 1. [3852 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 422086; 

James A. Bliss, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Hifalutin rag; one-step, by Henry 

Lodge [of U. S.), piano. [3853 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 

1918 ; E 422673 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 

Hills (The) of Glenorchy (Monaid- 
hean ghlinn Urachaidh) ; quick- 
step, by Granville Bantock [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. (Two Scottish pieces, 
no. 1) [3854 

© Mar. 14, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
191S; E 420425; Elkin & co. ltd., 
London. 

Hindoo song. See Langey (Otto) 
Three French songs. 

His grace is sufficient for me; 
sacred song, words and music by 
J. F. Conner [of U. S.] ; solo or 
duett and chorus. [3855 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918; E 422332; James F. Conner, 
Van Nuya, Cal. 

His resurrection ; Easter service, 
words by Elsie Duncan Yale, music 
by J. Lincoln Hall [of U. S.] 8vo. 

[3856 
© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918; E 418827; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Hit the trail for Europe ; marching 
song of the Sams, words and music 
by J. Neilan [of U. S.] Cleveland, 
O., Associate music pub's. [3857 

© Mar. 19, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918 ; E 419045 ; Jack Neilan, Cleve- 
land. 



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3874 



Hitchy-koo; selection, by E. Ray 
Goetz, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. [385S 

© Dec. 4, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 418977 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

military band. 4to. [3859 

© Jan. 24, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; E 419031; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Ho-bo (The) soldier man; or, Can 
the Kaiser ; words by C. L. Newnom, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3880 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418568; 
C. L. Newnom, Flint, Mich. 

Hold the line, lads, we are coming; 
words by D. Gray, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3861 

© Mar. 28. 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419461; Dixie Gray, San 
Francisco. 

Holland (Edwin) Ten melodious and 
progressive vocal exercises ; by E. 
Holland [of England] Book 2, con- 
tralto or baritone. [3862 
© Nov. 23, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 420282 ; Cary & co., London. 

Holland (Ruby) Five little pictures; 
by R. Holland [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. Contents : — 1. A robin wait- 
ing for breakfast on a cold morn- 
ing. — 2. A fireside tale about a gob- 
lin. — 3. In a fairy boat. — 4. A dance 
of icicles and snowflakes. — 5. A 
water wagtail. [3863 

© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918 ; 
E 420413; Anglo-French music co., 
ltd., London. 

Holy night; by Gruber, arr. and 
played by Howard Brockway [of 
U. S.] (Rvthmodik record music 
roll, F 3873) [3864 

© Dec. 20. 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419562 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Holy week waltz. See Land of joy. 

Home-along ; words by Fred. E. 
Weatherly, music by Wilfrid San- 
derson [of Great Britain] ; in A. 

[3865 
© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 420400 ; Boosey & co., London. 



Home guards march ; by Chas. South- 
well [of U. S.] ; military band. 4to. 

[3866 
© Mar. IS, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1918; E 419197; George Southwell 
pub. co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Homesick (The) volunteer; words 
and music by S. Bunn [of U. S.] 

[3867 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419124; 
Sam Bunn, Hugo, Okl. 

Homeward bound; fox-trot, by Meyer, 
played by Victor Arden and Paul 
King [of U. S.] ; four hands, in F. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
G100604) [3868 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419473 ; American piano co., 
New York. (Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Honey, come to me when I call you 
on the phone; words and music by 
S. M. Calabrese [of U. S.] [3869 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418556; 
Silver M. Calabrese, Framingham, 
Mass. 

Honey girl; words by Elva Tarlton, 
music by Enola Kempka [of U. S.] 

[3870 
© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419184; Chas. L. Johnson music 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Honey, if yo' only knew; by Ernest 

R. Ball [of U. S.] ; military band, in 

F. 4to. [3871 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

. 1918; E 419032; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Honey, there's a change in you; 
words and music by Billy V. Ewing 
[of U. S.] harmony arr. by Harper 
H. Puggsley [of U. S.] [3872 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418732; 
William V. Ewing, New York. 

Honeymoon land; from Follow the 
girl, words by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Sigmund Romberg [of 
U. S.] [3873 

© Mar. 2,, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418867; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Honor the boys who are down at 
the front ; words by F. E. Matuch, 
music bv M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] arr. by F. E. 
Matuch [of U. S.] [3874 

© 1 c. Apr. 2. 1918; E 422772; 
Fran E. Matuch, Mansfield, O. 



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Hooverize; words and music by C. 
Van Rees [of U. S.] New York, 
Van Rees press. [3875 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 422,743; Cornelius Van 
Rees, New York. 

Hope's awakening; Easter service, 
words by Louella Leonard, music by 
P. A. Clark [of U. S.] 8vo. [3876 
© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418829; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Hosanna; anthem, words and music 
by Arthur Far well [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Anthems for mixed 
voices no. 2572) [3877 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918; E 417365; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

by Jules Granier, arr. by Mark 

Andrews [of U. S.] ; soprano or 
tenor solo and chorus of mixed 
voices. (Church music review, no. 
496.) [3878 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416882; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Easter anthem, English words by 

Isabella G. Parker, music by Jules 
Granier, arr. by Charles Fonteyn 
Manney [of U. S.] ; women's voices, 
organ ace. 4to. [3879 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 417797; Oliver Ditson co., Boston, 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hoschke (Frederick Albert) Idylle ; 
by F. A. Hoschke, played by the 
composer [of U. S.] (Rythrnodlk 
record music rolls J19084) [3880 
© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918; E 419546; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Hot foot; one step and buck dance 
in stop time, by M. L. Lake [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Orch. 2. Military 
band [3881, 3882 

© Dec 31, 1917 : 2 c. each Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422287, 422288; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Hour ( An ) with the spirit elfs ; 
words by L. B. Larson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3883 
© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419335; 
Lottie B. Larson, Minneapolis. 



How'd you like to have a baby like 
me; words and music by H. L. 
Smith [of U. S.] New York, A. P. 
Wilcox. [3884 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1918, 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 418912; 
H. Lyon Smith, New York. 

HOW I LONG TO BE WITH PERSHING'S 

men in France ; words by L. Callen- 
der, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3885 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418986; 
Leslie Callender, Roxbury, Mass. 

Human (The) touch; words by 
Spencer M. Free, music by Bianca 
Randall [of U. S.] [3886 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 422790; 
Bianca Randall Reynolds, New 
York. 

Humoreske ; by Anton Dvorak, op. 
101, no. 7; transcribed, fingered and 
annotated by J. Frank Leve [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3887 

© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 
E 419128; A. J. Stasny music co., 
New York. 

by Dvof&k, arr. by M. W. Butler 

[of U. S.] ; piano or organ. [3888 
© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918 ; E 417774 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 
Sedalia, Mo. 

Hunt (The) ball; waltz, by Cramer- 

Suckley [of England] ; piano. [3889 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1918; E 420449; E. Osborne & co., 

ltd., London. 

Hunters' (The) moon ; words by L. 
Schlueter, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [3890 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23. 1918 ; 
E 417400; Louis Schlueter, Evans- 
ville, Ind. 

Huntin' possum ; quartet, words by 
Marion Delamater Freeman, music 
by Claude Warford [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. (Octavo choruses for male 
voices, no. 2059). [3891 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422289; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Hurrah, for our Sammies ; words by 
S. J. N. Brock, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub co. [3892 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417397; Susie J. N. Brock, New- 
man, 111. 



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Hurrah for the good old U. S. A. ; 

words and music by S. Pack [of 

U. S.] [3S93 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419084; 

Sylvester Pack, Whitesville, W. Va. 

Hurrah for Uncle Sam ; words by L. 
M. Cooper, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [3894 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419462; Lydia M. Cooper, Moose 
Jaw, Sask., Canada. 

Hurry; for general use, by Fred Lus- 
comb [of U. S.] ; full orch., 4to. 
(Moving picture series no. 47) 

[3895 
© Feb. 13. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
191S; E 422270; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Hustle up; march, by W. B. Parkin- 
son [of U. S.] ; piano ace. to band 
pts. 4to. (Parkinson's system of 
class instruction for all instruments) 

[3896 
© Feb. 8. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417880 ; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars, la. 

Hymn for America ; words by Wil- 
liam Adams Slade, music by L. Cam- 
ilieri [of Greece domiciled at New 
York] ; medium voice or unison cho. 
4to. (G. S. Svo choruses no. 6737) 

[3897 
© Apr. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1918 ; 
E 424123; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Hymn in time of war ; words by Ar- 
thur Cleveland Coxe, music by G. A. 
A. West [of U. S.] 4to. [3898 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422S23 ; Geo. Alex A. West, Phila- 
delphia. 

Hymn to freedom's cause; words by 
Roland Covert, music by Oscar Mil- 
ler [of U. S.] [3899 
© Mar. 5. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918; 
E 418607 ; Miller pub. co., Brooklyn. 

Hymni i flamurit. See Hymni mbret- 
nor. 

Hymni mbretnor ; words by Fiale Loni 
Logori, [and] Hymni i flamurit, 
words by Fiale Kr. Flogi ; music arr. 
by T. Nassis [of U. S.] [3900 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 422573; Thomas Nassis, 
Boston. 



I AM LONGING FOR THE SUNSHINE OF MY 

Colorado home; words by Robert 
Holcombe Gates, music by Edmund 
Bra ham [of Great Britain domiciled 
at Chicago] [3901 

© Mar. 25. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1918; E 419087; Frances - Clifford 
music pub. co., Chicago. 

I AM SAVING MY KISSES FOR SOMEONE; 

who is saving his bear-hugs for me, 
words and music by H. Jones [of 
U. S.] arr. by Chas. L. Johnson [of 
U. S.] [3902 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918; E 417667; 
Harrison Jones, Ottawa, Kan. 

I am the Light; anthem, three-part 
chorus, words from John viii : 12, 21, 
28, 29, 32, music by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 97, no. 5; 
women's voices with mezzo-sop. solo. 
(Svo. Choruses no. 6725) [3903 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418610 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

I bid you all good-bye ; words and mu- 
sic by N. Colangelo [of U. S.] arr. 
bv E.^ S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3904 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419325; 
Nicholas Colangelo, Providence, R. I. 

I can't get along without you; 
words by Gus Kahn, music by Eg- 
bert Van Alstyne [of U. S.] [3905 

© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 21, 
1918; E 419047; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

I can't get 'em up; words by C. S. 
Young, music by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] arr. by C. S. Young [of 
U. S.] [3906 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422779; 
Chas. S. Young, Lima, O. 

I can't let 'em suffer; words and 

music by Creamer and Layton [of 

U. S.] [3907 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 417877; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

I'd gladly be a wounded soldier ; if 
you will be my Red cross nurse, 
words and music by R. Taverna [of 
U. S.] New York, Geo. J. Jetter. 

[390S 
© Feb. 26, 1918 : 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417559 ; Remo Taverna, West Ho- 
boken, N. J. 



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I'd like to be the sweetheakt of a 
girlie just like you; words by L. 
Horton, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [3909 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422717; Lloyd Horton, 
Windsor, Ont, Canada. 

I delight to think of sweetheart; 
words and music by R. R. Parrish 
[of U. S.] arr. by F. E. Chapin. 

[3910 
© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918; E 419012; Rob Roy Parrish. 
Chula Vista, Cal. 

I don't care where they send me ; 
words by Schuyler Green, music by 
Geoffrey O'Hara [of U. S.] [3911 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1918 ; 
E 422711; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

I don't want to come back ; words by 
F. Berger, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3912 
© 1 c. Mar. 27 1918; E 419119; 
Frieda Berger St. Louis. 

I don't want to get well ; one-step, 
by Jentes, played by Victor Arden 
and Paul King [of U. S.] ; 4 hands, 
in G. (Rythmoclik record music roll, 
G 100614) [3913 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419557; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

I DREAMT I DWELT IN MARBLE HALLS. 

See Balfe (M. W.) 

I got a laying hen ; words by Joe 
Bulger, music by Q. Roscoe Snowden 
[of U. S.] arr. by Q. Oscar Snowden 
[of U. S.] [3914 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418757; 
Cooke & Malool music pub., Newark, 
N. J. 

I GUESS THAT I'LL DO MY BIT ; WOl'dS 

and music by T. B. Sullivan of U. S.] 

[3915 
© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918; E 419019; T. B. Sullivan, 
Springfield, Mass. 

I HEAR THE FLUTES AND THE FIDDLES 

(Das ist ein floten und geigen) ; 
English words by Elisabeth Marion 
Lockwood, music by Samuel Cole- 
ridge-Taylor [of Great Britain] 
(Three songs of Heine, no. 3) 

[3916 
© Feb. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420423; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 



I HOPE HE'LL FIGHT LIKE A MAN, but 

may the good Lord bring him back ; 
words by F. M. Hudspeth, music by 
J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [3917 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419357; 
Francis M. Hudspeth, San Antonio. 

I'LL BE WAITING FOR YOU SWEETHEART ; 

words by T. A. Doyle, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3918 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417846; 

Thomas A. Doyle, Bridgeport, Conn. 

I'll be waiting sailor boy for you; 

words by Great Howard, melody by 

William Gahagan [of U. S.] [3919 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1918; E 416884; 

William J. Moran, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

I'll be waiting sweetheart in the 
U. S. A. ; words and music by J. 
Ellison [of U. S.] harmonized by 
Lee G. Kratz [of U. S.] [3920 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419071; 
Jewell Ellison, Lucas, S. D. 

I'll be with you when the roses 
bloom ; words and melody by J. 
Tomlinson [of U. S.] [3921 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E 418527; 
Jack Tomlinson, Baldwinsville, 
N. Y. 

I'll be your shadow when the sun 
shines ; words by Douglas Furber, 
music by A. Emmett Adams [of 
England] ; no. 2 in D. [3922 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 420285; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

I'll care for you; words by V. J. 
' Starace, music by Dominick A. Maf- 

fei [of U. S.] New York, Greenwich 

pub. house. [3923 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 

E 419595; Vincent J. Starace, New 

York. 

I'll come back to you, dear mother, 
or fill a hero's grave ; words by 
W. A. Lee, music by Frank J. Ford 
[of U. S.] [3924 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
3918; E 418536; Wallace A. Lee, 
Baltimore. 

I'll help to put the finish to the 
submarine ; words by W. E. Riedel, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music 
pub. co. [3925 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419469; W. E. Riedel, 
Washington. 



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3941 



I'll pray foe you and you must pray 
for me; words by Edward Lockton, 
music by Edward St. Quentin arr. 
by Boston music co. [of U. S.] ; 
high voice. [3926 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 419176; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revised edition] 

I'll return to you sweetheart; 
words by J. Schreiner, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3927 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417839; 
Josephine Schreiner, New Orleans. 

I'll take care of mother; words by 
A. Chapman, music by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] arr. by A. Chap- 
man [of U. S.] • [3928 
© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422781; 
Arthur Chapman, Minneapolis. 

I'll take my little rifle and go 
bang, bang, bang; words by Hugh 

F. Palmer, music by Harry E. Ran- 
som [of U. S.] [3929 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417521; Chas. E. Roat music CO., 
ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

I'll take you back to Italy; fox- 
trot, from Jack o' lantern, by Berlin, 
plaved by Victor Arden and Malvin 
Franklin [of U. S.] ; in G. (Ryth- 
modik record music roll, J100783) 

[3930 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2, c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419523 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

I'll tip my hat to the clothes you 
wear; words by J. A. Cameron, 
music by Louis A. Clark [of U. S.] 
Indianapolis, United song writers 
assn. [3931 

© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; B 419204; Joseph A. Cam- 
eron, Indianapolis. 

I'll wait till the war is won ; 
words and music by W. J. Fader [of 
Canada, domiciled at Quincy, Mass.] 
arr. by F. B. Havilind music co. [of 
U. S.] [3932 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418798; 
Walter J. Fader, Quincy, Mass. 

I loaned my boy to Uncle Sam ; 

words by H. Kearney, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3933 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418763; 

Henry Kearney, Carbondale, Pa. 



LONG TO SEE YOU ONCE AGAIN ; WOrdS 

and music by John Allen Cooke [of 
U. S.] [3934 

© Mar. IS, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; 1 c. Apr. 5, 1918; E 419424; 
Cooke & Malool, Newark, N. J. 

LOST MY HEART IN IRELAND; WOrdS 

and music by William Michael [of 
U. S.] [3935 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 417750; Olympic music 
publishers, Cincinnati. 

LOST MY HEART TO A WONDERFUL GIRL 
IN THE HEART OF THE BERKSHIRE 

hills ; by Clyde Hager and Walter 
Goodwin, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in B flat. 
4to. [3936 

© Mar. 30, 1918 ; 2, c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419258 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

— words and music by Clyde Hager 
& Walter Goodwin [of U. S.] 

[3937 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418514 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

LOVE TO VISIT HOME, TO SEE MY 

mother; words by F. L. Ward, 
music by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] 

[3938 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417462; 

Frank L. Ward, Ft. Calhoun, Neb. 

love you and the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by F. Clancy [of U. S.], 
arr. by Henry Panduro [of U. S.] ; 
in B flat. [3939 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 417894; 
Florence Clancy, Milwaukee. 

LOVE YOU TO-DAY JUST AS I DID FIFTY 

years ago; words by A. Neiheisel, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [3940 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419457 ; Anna Neiheisel, Waterloo, 
la. 

love you truly; song, by Carrie 
Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Zarh Myron 
Bickford [of U. S.] ; banjo ace. 

[3941 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422218; Carl Fischer, New York. 



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I love you teuly — Continued. 

words and music by Carrie 

Jacobs Bond, arr. by Vahdah Olcott 
Bickford [of U. S.] 1. Guitar ace, 
op. 53.-2. Ukulele ace. [3942, 3943 
© Nov. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. each Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419210, 419211; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

I loved you so ; f roni Pamela, words 
by Arthur Wimperis, music by Fred- 
eric Norton [of England] [3944 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 420383; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

I'm a captain in the Russian ladies 
army; words and music by R. Mc- 
Keon [of U. S.], arr. by M. Polla 
[of U. S.] [3945 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 422565; 
Roy McKeon, New York. 

I'm a long way from home, but I'm 
coming back some day; words by 
M. Swan, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3946 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417359; 
Margaret Swan, Plattsmouth, Neb. 

I'm all dressed up to kill; words 
and music by Billy Gaston [of U. S.] 

[3947 
© Mar. 9, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 417613; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

I'm blinkin' well fed up; from Any 
old thing, words by G. Hartley Mil- 
burn, music by H. B. Hedley and 
Herman Darewski [of England] 

[3948 
© Mar. 5, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 420384; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

I'm coming back to you; words by 
D. L. Campbell, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3949 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422498; D. L. Campbell, 
Northwood, N. D. 

I'm coming back to you, poor butter- 
fly ; fox-trot, by Hubbell, played by 
Victor Arden and Paul King [of 
U. S.] ; 4 hands. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music roll, E 18914) . [3950 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419525; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 



I'm dreaming of my sweetheart 
Rosa ; words by L. Vilard, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3951 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419097; 
Louis Vilard, Alexandria, La. 

I'm fighting for Uncle Sammy; 

words O. Johnson, music by J. E. 

Andino [of U. S.] [3952 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419123; 

Otis Johnson, Elkins, Ark. 

I'm fighting for you and liberty ; 
words and music by N. Yellenti [of 
U. S.] [3953 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424044; Nicholas Yellenti, Salem, 
Mass. 

I'm glad I am .a soldier; words by 

D. C. Green, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [3954 

© 1 c Mar. 27, 1918; E 419088; 
Dudley C. Green, Westboro, Mass. 

I'm going back to dreamland ; to that 
wonderful girl of mine, words and 
music by James Lindner [of U. S.] 

[3955 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418816; Gabriel M. Tidd, Colum- 
bus, O. 

I'm going 'cross to France ; words 
and music by G. A. Knight [of 
U. S.] [3956 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 417769; George Arnold 
Knight, Watskinsville, Ga. 

I'm going right back to my dear old 
Florida home; words by R. \V. 
Pearman, jr., music by Will Don- 
aldson [of U. S.] arr. by Chas. M. 
Schmidt [of U. S.] [3957 

© 1 c Mar. 16, 1918; E 418922; 
Robert W. Pearman, jr., Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

I'm going to ask her in Nebraska ; 
words by D. J. Cahill, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3958 
© 1 c Mar. 7, 1918; E 418768; 

D. J. Cahill, Upper Troy, N. Y. 

I'm going to be a nurse; words and 
muisc by C. L. Herzer [of U. S.] 

[3959 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1918 ; E 417012 ; Charles Lester Her- 
zer, College View, Neb. 



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3977 



I'm going to follow the boys ; one- 
step, by J. V. Monaco, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Full 
orch. 2. Military band. [3960, 3961 
1. © Feb. 12, 1918; 2. © Feb. 18, 



1918; 



each Mar. 25, 191S ; E. 



417961, 417969 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

I'm in love ; words and music by Lew 
Brown [of U. S.] [3962 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418735; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

I'm in love with a girl named Rosie ; 
words by G. Polo, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[3963 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417372 ; Guido Polo, Toluca, 111. 

I'm in love with you; words by E. 
Bachman, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [3964 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419449; Emma Bachman, Balti- 
more. 

I'm lonely they haven't got a smile 
for me; words and music by J. A. 
Dillon [of U. S.] arr. by C. J. 
Praetorius [of U. S.] [3965 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; E 419179 ; 
James Aloysius Dillon, New York. 

I'm looking foe old Broadway; from 
New 11.30 midnight frolic, lyric by 
Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper 
[of U. S.] [3966 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918; E 418978; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I'm making a study of beautiful 
girls and i'm still in my a. b. c.'s j 
from Ziegfeld's follies, by Eddie Can- 
tor, Jack Glogau and Al. Piantadosi, 
arr. by Frank Barry [of U. S.] ; 
orch. in E flat. 4to. [3967 

© Mar. 16, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; E 419185 ; 
Al. Piantadosi & co., inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

I'm on my way to France; words by 
E. E. Bort, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [3968 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 422495 ; Effie E. Bort, Con- 
neaut, O. 



I'm rarin' to go ; words and music by 
L. Healy [of U. S.] Rensselaer, Ind. 
Song shop. [3969 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417649; Lon Healy, Rensselaer, 
Ind. 

I'm so very glad I met you; from 
Pamela, words by Arthur Wimperis, 
music by Frederic Norton [of Eng- 
land] [3970 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; ; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918 ; 
E 420379; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

I'm such a bashful man; words by 

E. S. Witherill, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3971 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418559; 

Ella S. Witherill, St. Andrews, Fla. 

I'm thinking of someone I love; 
words by A. Ketroy, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3972 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419458; Anthony Ketroy, 
Springfield, 111. 

I'm too tired to make love; words 

and music by Creamer and Layton 

[of TJ. S.] [3973 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 417876; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

I'm waiting for that moon to shine 
again; words and music by T. H. 
Barrington [of U. S.] [3974 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; E 417793; Thomas H. Bar- 
rington; New Brighton, Staten Is., 
N. Y. 

I'm with you ; words by Tom Huston, 
music by Sam Gold [of U. S.] 

[3975 

© Feb. 5, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 419130; A. J. Stasny music 
co., New York. 

I miss that Mississippi Miss that 
misses me ; words by Sam M. Lewis 
and Joe Young, music by Pete 
Wendling [of U. S.] [3976 

© Mar. 8, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 418915; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

I NEVER KNEW LOVE TILL SHE LEFT ME ; 

words by A. F. Morris, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [U. S.] [3977 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417844; 
A. F. Morris, Mineral, Wash. 



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I shall not care ; words by Sara 
Teasdale, music by Lucile Crews 
[of U. S.] [3978 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422014; Harold Flammer, 
inc., New York. 

I STILL DREAM OF THE SAME WONDROUS 
PALACE, BUT I WANT IT ALONE WITH 

you; words by A. Swarthout, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [3979 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417386 ; Arthur Swarthout, Olean, 
N. Y. 

I still love you; words by H. E. 

Jaynes, music by Harry P. Guy [of 

U. S.] [3980 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918; E 419604; 

Howard Earl Jaynes, Detroit. 

I THINK YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY WONDER- 
FUL ; what do you think of me, words 
by Joe McCarthy, music by Harry 
Carroll [of U. S.] [3981 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918 ; E 417957 ; McCarthy & Fisher, 
inc., New York. 

I've got a new job; words by Sam 

Landers, music by Edward Nelson 

[of U. S.] [3982 

© Jan. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 

E 417390; A. J. Stasny, music CO., 

New York. 

I've got the nicest little home in 
Dixie; by Walter Donaldson, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [3983 
© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 419038 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

fox-trot, by Walter Donaldson, 

arr. by T. M. Taylor [of U. S.] ; 4to. 
1. Orch. 2. Military band. 

[3984, 3985 

© Oct. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. each Mar. 18, 

1918 ; E 418960, 418964 ; M. Witmark 

& sons, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

I've got to have the girls ; from an 
Arabian night, words by Darl Mac 
Boyle, music by Walter Louis Rose- 
mont [of U. S.] [8986 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417732 ; Orpheus music co., 
New York. 



I' voglio bene Napule; versi di G. E. 
Pasqualotto, musica di G. Quaranta 
[of Italy] ; canto e mandolino. 

[3987 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 417557; 

G. Esposito Pasqualotto, New York. 

I WANT A DADDY LIKE YOU; WOrdS by 

Lew Brown & Darl Mac Boyle, music 
by Albert von Tilzer [of U. S.] 

[3988 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 417509; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

I want him back again ; words and 
music by Lew Brown [of U. S.] 

[3989 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1918; E 422606; 
Broadway music Corp., New York. 

I want some little girl to love me; 
words by F. Miller, music by Leo. 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [3990 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419442; Franklin Miller, Little- 
ton, Col. 

I want some yakamain ; words by B. 

Jiles, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3991 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418778; 

Bob Jiles, New York. 

I want to be a Sammie ; words and 
music by M. Strub [of U. S.] To- 
ledo, O., S. M. Strub. [3992 
© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418855; Margaret Strub, Tole- 
do, O. 

I WANT TO BE A SOLDIER LIKE MY DAD ; 

words by Arthur Fields, music by 
Theodore Morse [of U. S.] [3993 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1918; E 419429; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

I WANT TO BE A SOLDIER LIKE MY DAD 

in sixty one; words and music by 
M. A. Weathers [of U. S.] [3994 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418594; 
Murdock Alexander Weathers, Bed- 
ford, N. H. 

I WANT TO BE A SOLDIER LIKE MY DEAR 

papa; words by E. Ruddick, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [3995 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918; E 417634; 
Esther Poiddick, Amherst, Canada. 

I WANT TO BE LOVED BY A YANKEE SOL- 
DIER man ; words and melody by 
A. H. Behr [of U. S.] [3996 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417516; 
Allen H. Behr, Yonkers, N. Y. 



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4014 



I WANT TO MAURY A GIRL WHO CAN 

harmonize; words and music by 
S. M. Byer [of U. S.] [3997 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918; E 417733; 
Sylvia Margot Byer, Cincinnati. 

I want to see a little more of Mary ; 

words and music by S. Pantozzi [of 

U. S.] [3998 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1918; E 417958; 

Stephen Pantozzi, Hudson, N. Y. 

I want to tell of Jesus ; words by 
Margaret A. Haynes, music by Cbas. 
H. Gabriel [of U. S.] [3999 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422367; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

I wanta jine wid de infan-tree ; 

words by G. S. McCabe, music by 

Thos. E. Francis [of U. S.] [4000 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419056; 

Guy S. McCabe, Pittsburgh. 

I WAS GOOD ENOUGH TO SHARE YOUR 
SORROWS NOW LET ME SHARE YOUR 

joys; words by L. E. Zoeller and 
Bob Lurtey, music by Louis E. Zoel- 
ler [of U. S.] [4001 
© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2, c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 422477; Zoeller music co., Louis- 
ville. 

I WILL ALWAYS CALL YOU SWEETHEART ; 

words by E. De Mosse Morse, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music pub. co. 

[4002 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417375 ; E. D. Morse, Illinois City, 
111. 

I WILL ARISE AND GO TO MY FATHER ; 

words and music by H. Lillenas [of 
Norway domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[4003 
© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417619 ; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

I WISH I WAS IN THE LAND OF COTTON 

now ; words by Howard Johnson 
and Chas. McCarron, music by 
George W. Mayer [of U. S.] [4004 
© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422025 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

I wish to wed a Sammy ; words by 
Mavme Gehrue, music by V. Ham- 
mond [of U. S.] [4005 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1918; E 415914; 
Victor Hammond, New York. 



I wonder what they're doing to- 
night, YOUR GIRL AND MINE ; WOl'dS 

by Lew Brown and Al. Harriman, 
music by Jack Egan [of U. S.] 

[4.006 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 422802; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 
I work for Uncle Sam ; words and 
music by Addison A. Dart and Ed- 
ward Auten, jr. [of U. S.] [4007 
© Mar. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 419632 ; A. A. Dart and E. Auten, 
jr., Princeville, 111. 

I WOULD NOT HAVE YOUR COMRADES CALL 

you slacker; words by R. M. 
Stevens, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4008 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419453; Rose M. Stevens, Pitts- 
burgh. 
Idaho; words and music by H. C. 
Thompson [of U. S.] arr. by F. M. 
Beal. 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417661 ; Lue Adams, Caldwell, Id. 
Ideal andante and waltz ; by W. B. 
Parkinson [of U. S.] ; piano ace. to 
band pts. 4to. (Parkinson's system 
of class instruction for all instru- 
ments) (4010 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 417882; William Bliss 
Parkinson, Le Mars, la. 

Ideal (An) day; by Geo.. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Diploma series 
no. 4) [4011 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422261; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

If flowers could speak; by Zucca, 
played by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] ; 
in E flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls H18903) [4012 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419539 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

If God be with us; words anon., 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, jr. [of 
U. S.] [4013 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422364; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

If he can fight like he can love 

GOOD NIGHT GERMANY; WOl'dS by 

Grant Clarke and Howard Rogers, 
melody by George W. Meyer [of 
U. S.] [4014 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419142; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 



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If I'm captain in the army ; intro : 
Captain Jinks, words and music by 
C. B. Estes [of U. S.] [4015 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 417526; Estes and Estes, 
Brooklyn, Mich. 

IF I ONLY HAD THE KAISER NOW ; 

words and music by G. G. Wright 
[of U. S.], arr. by H. O. Wheeler 
[of U. S.] [4016 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418709; 
G. Goodson Wright, Kansas City, 
Kan. 

If I were a man ; words and music 

by J. F. Caithness [of U. S.] [4017 

© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 419250; 

Jeanne Falconer Caithness, Everett, 

Wash. 

If I were a rose; words by E. F. 
Murray, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [4018 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417395 ; E. Flora Murray, Minne- 
apolis. 

If I were a spider and you were my 
fly ; words and music by J. J. Da- 
villa, arr. by Joseph Garrow [of 
U. S.] [4019 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918; E 417629; 
Joseph John Davilla, New Orleans. 

If Kaiser Bill goes up to the hill to 
take a look at France ; words by 
F. Searls, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4020 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419109; 
Fern Searls, Akron, la. 

If Pike had been piker; words by F. 
Griffin, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4021 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419463; Fred Griffin, 
Glasco, Kan. 

If the baby in the cradle were you ; 
words and music by Luise Defogie 
[of U. S.] arr. by E. J. Gordon [of 
U. S.] [4022 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1918; E 422650; 
Hubert Dyer, Detroit. 

If Uncle Sam needs a helping hand ; 
words by R. M. Stevens, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music pub. co. 

[4023 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419468; Rose M. Stevens, Pitts- 
burgh. 



If ye then be risen with Christ; 
anthem, words from Colossians iii. 

1, music by F. W. Wadely [of Eng- 
land] ; organ, treble voices. 4to. 
(Novello's chorister series of church 
music no. 60) [4024 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 420321; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

If you can't be the man behind the 
gun, be then the man behind the 

MAN BEHIND THE GUN ; WOl'dS by 

E. T..Dumetz and S. T. Georges, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U S.] 

[4025 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417473; 
E. T. Dumetz & S. T. Georges, An- 
con, C. Zone. 

If you'll return; words by Louis 
Weslyn, music by Muriel Pollock [of 
U. S.] [4026 

© Mar. 1, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418903; Times music pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

If you look in her eyes; fox trot, 
from Going up, intro. I want a boy, 
by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 

[4027 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 

1918 ; E 419023 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

military band. 4to. [4028 

© Feb. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 417972 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright in claimed 
on arrangement] 

If you love your Uncle Sammy; 

words by M. J. Lee, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [4029 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 418998; 

Mary Jane Lee, Hominy, Okl. 

If you're patriotic ; words by J. C. 

Staples, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [4030 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 419002; 

Jackson C. Staples, Pontiac. Mich. 

If you want to quit, can the Kaiser ; 

words by O. Wilson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4031 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419095; 

Orval Wilson, Linton, Ind. 

Illinois; words by C. H. Chamber- 
lain, harmonization by Adolf Weidig 
[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Mixed voices. 

2. Female voices. [4032,4033 
© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. each Apr. 5, 

1918; E 419426, 419427; Clayton F. 
Summy co., Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on harmonization] 



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Imogene ; words by Sadie Shartle 
Kent, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [4034 
© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
191S; E 417378; Sadie S. Kent, 
Estherville, la. 

Impromptu. See Chopin (F. F.) 

In a fairy boat. See Holland (Ruby) 
Five little pictures. 

In a midnight cabaret ; words by 

J. F. Mudge, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4035 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418927; 

John F. Mudge, St. John, N. B., Can. 

In an old cathedral; Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal., by W. D. Armstrong [of 
U. S.] ; pianoforte. (Western 

sketches, no. 15132.) [4036 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418654; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

In Carolina where we parted years 
ago; words by C. C. Powell and 
Victor E. Carson, music by V. E. 
Carson [of U. S.] [4037 

© Mar. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918 ; E 422591 ; C. C. Powell, Mans- 
field, O. 

In dear old sunny Spain ; a serenade, 
words by Grant Monroe, music by 
Joseph E. Howard [of U. S.] [4038 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 417518; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

In dreamland; words and music by 
M. Daft [of U. S.] [4039 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417849; 
Millicent Daft, Prairie City, la. 

In every land there is a mother 
waiting; words by M. Goldsmith, 
music by J. Cohn [of U. S.] [4040 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1918; E 422382; 
Morris Goldsmith & James Cohn, 
New York. 

In far away France; words and 
music by Joe Seiler [of U. S.] De- 
troit, H. J. Seiler. [4041 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 419617 ; J. Seiler, Detroit. 

In Flanders fields ; poem by John 
McRae, music by F. A. Henkel [of 
U. S.] [4042 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 422097; 
Frederick Arthur Henkel, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 



In Flanders fields the poppies 
grow ; words by John McCrae, music 
by John Philip Sousa [of U. S.] 

[4043 
© Feb. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 417580; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

In France and Flanders; words and 
music by L. Kness [of U. S.] [4044 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 417736; 
Leo Kness, Oakland, Cal. 

In full flight; scherzo, by R. S. 

Morrison [of U. S.] ; pf. [4045 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 

1918; E 418636; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

In good humor. See Levine (Isaac) 
Twenty-four miniatures for the 
piano-forte. 

In heavenly love abiding; hymn- 
anthem, words from the hymn book, 
music by R. C. Williamson [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, contralto solo, 
organ ace. 4to. [4046 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 417813 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

In memoria d'un amico che nel 
pianto visse ridendo . . . rise 
morendo; di Enrico Romano [of 
Italy] ; piano. [4047 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420336; G. Ricordi & co. inc., 
Milan. 

In my aeroplane; words and music 
by G. F. Tremblay [of Canada domi- 
ciled at New York] [4048 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 419160; 
Gertrude F. Tremblay, New York. 

In my beautiful garden of love; by 

G. B. McConnell [of U. S.] ; air with 

piano ace. [4049 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418818; 

George B. McConnell, Philadelphia. 

In my canoe; barcarolle, by H. D. 

Hewitt [of U. S.] ; piano. [4050 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 

1918; E 418660; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

In my heart ; hymn, words and music 

anon. [4051 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1918; E 422373; Homer A. Rode- 

heaver, Chicago. 



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In my little bungalow ; words by 
S. H. Lowery and C. H. Payne, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [4052 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422716; S. H. Lowery & 
C. H. Payne, Lexington, 111. 

In my palace of love foe two ; words 
by D. L. Wilson, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music pub. co. 

[4053 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419434 ; Dwight Lee Wilson, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 

In old Virginia; words by M. Carey, 
music by J. E. Anclino [of U. S.] 

[4054 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418930; 
Matthew Carey, Ont., Canada. 

In Pittsburg tonight ; words by E. P. 
Homme, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4055 

© Mar. 28. 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419444 ; Edna Pearl Homme, Ells- 
worth, Pa. 

In shadowland ; Estes Park, Colo., by 
W. D. Armstrong [of U. S.] ; piano- 
forte. (Western sketches, no. 15129) 

[4056 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418651; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In the end of the Sabbath ; solo for 
Easter, words from the Bible, music 
by Russell Hancock Miles [of U. S.] 

[4057 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418838; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

In the evening when the twilight 
falls ; or, Before they went to war, 
words and music by R. Powers [of 
U. S.] New York, Bluebird pub. co. 

[4058 
© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 419186; Rodney Powers, 
New York. 

In the great world war for all lib- 
erty; words by V. Anderson, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[4059 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419169; 
Victor Anderson, Lockport, 111. 



In the hall of the mountain king. 
See Grieg (E. H.) 



In the harbor of hope; words and 
music by M. I. Dowling [of U. S.] 

[4060 
© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 21, 1918 ; 
E 419050; Minnie Isabella Dowling, 
Chicago. 

In the land of wedding bells ; fox 
trot, by Geo. W. Meyer [of U. S.] ; 
band, 24mo. [4061 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422324 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

fox-trot, by Meyer, played by Al. 

Sterling and Victor Arden [of U. 
S.] ; four hands, in B flat. (Ryth- 
modik record music roll, G100694) 

[4062 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419549 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

In the old grapevine swing ; words 
and music by L. T. Manning [of 
U. S.] [4063 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419326; 
Lloyd T. Manning, Myrtle, Miss. 

In the olden days ; words and music 

by F. Hall [of U. S.] arr. by Geo. D. 

Haage [of U. S.] [4064 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418720; 

Frank Hall, Harrisburg, Pa. 

In the twilight; nocturne, by Bert 
R. Anthony [of U. S.] ; pf. (Memory 
pictures, no. 15110) [4065 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418642; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In the valley where the Black- 
stone River flows ; words and mu- 
sic by Seth Aldrich Cook [of U. S.] 

[4066 
© Mar. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419247; Cook music co., Woon- 
soeket, R. I. 

In your eyes ; all the magic of the 
sunrise, words by S. Morgan-Powell, 
music by B. C. Hilliam [of Great 
Britain] [4067 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422011 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

International (The) war song; 

words and music by O. M. Skinner 

[of U. S.] [4068 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; E 418776 ; O. 

M. Skinner, New York. 



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4086 



Introduction. See Story of the cross. 

Ieam indeed is gone. See Songs of 
Omar. 

Ireland's a paradise to me; words 

and music by W. Tankersley [of 

U. S.] arr. by Alford and Colby [of 

U. S.] Frankfort, Ind., Tankersley 

music pub. co. [4069 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. S, 1918 ; 

E 418854; Wayne Tankersley, 

Frankfort, Ind. 

Ireland will go on forever ; words by 

Jamie Kelly, music by Harry Ellis 

[of U. S.] [4070 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 

E 419131; A. J. Stasny music co., 

New York. 

Irene ; words by K. Kelly, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4071 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419118; 

King Kelly, Watertown, N. Y. 

Iris ; intermezzo, by Jean Augarde [of 

England] ; piano. [4072 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 

E 420359; Ilyalls and Jones ltd., 

Birkenhead, England. 

Irish (An) lark; by Geo. L. Spauld- 

ing [of U. S.] ; piano. (Diploma 

series of easy piano pieces no. 6) 

[4073 
© Jan. 25, 191S ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422248; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Irish (An) mother's heart; words 

by Joseph S. Hogan, music by M. A. 

Murphy [of U. S.] [4074 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 422713; 

M. Alphonsus Murphy, Omaha, Neb. 

Is your heart right; words by Lil- 
lenas & Tovey, music by Herbert G. 
Tovey [of U. S.] [4075 

© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1918; E 417620; Haldor Lillenas, 
Auburn, 111. 

Islands (The) are calling for thee; 
words and music by S. H. Payne 
[of U. S.] Philadelphia, M. D. 
Swisher. [4076 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918; E 417756; Sarah Haggard 
Payne, Philadelphia. 

It can't be done ; musical comedy in 
three acts, book and lyrics by E. N. 
Jones and P. E. Gallagher, music 
by P. Egner [of U. S.] [4077 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; D 19828; Philip Egner, West 
Point, N. Y. 



It happened to me; words by E. E. 
Stolze. music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [407S 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419451; Ernest E. Stolze, 
Alton, 111. 

It is good to be with Jesus ; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel [of U. S.] [4079 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 4178S3; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

It may fit you; words by J. O'Con- 
nor, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4080 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422310; 
Jerry O'Connor, Blackwells Island, 
N. Y. 

It must be love ; words by Gus Kahn, 
music by Egbert Van Alstyne [of 
U. S.] [4081 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 
1918; E 422759; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

It's a long way to Berlin but we'll 
get there; jass, one step, by Fla- 
tow, played by Victor Arden & Mai- 
Yin Franklin [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls G100553) [4082 
© Nov. 20. 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918 ; E 419486 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

It's a long way to dear old Broad- 
way ; words by O. Frantz, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4083 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418574; 
Oliver Frantz, Drake, Col. 

It's a short way, boys, to Berlin ; 

words bv A. C. D. Noe, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4084 

© 1 c. Mar! 4, 1918; E 418570; 

A. C. D. Noe, Lake Landing, N. C. 

It's this liberty we want to keep ; 
words bv G. Detberner, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4085 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418935; 
Gustav Detberner, Watrous, Sask., 
Can. 

It's up to the Kaiser ; words by D. P. 
Arnold, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [40S6 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418779; 
D. P. Arnold, Warren, Pa- 



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It's up to Uncle Sam ; words by L. 
Renton, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4087 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418765; 
Larry Ronton, Dearborn, Mich. 

It won't be long till the boys come 
marching home; words and music 
by Frankie Williams [of U. S.] New 
York, Krey pub. co. [4088 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 418906 ; Krey co., New York. 

Ivania ; operetta in three acts, words 
by Elizabeth Pickett, Bernice Ken- 
yon, Sally C. Wood and Ruth Alt- 
man, music by Caroline Bergheim, 
Rose Phelps, Susan Lowell and others 
[of U. S.] [4089 

© Apr. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424048; Rose Phelps, Wellesley, 
Mass. 

Jack o'lantern ; fox-trot, by Caryll, 
played by Victor Arden [of U. S.], 
asst. by W. E. D. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls J18975 ) Contents : — 
1. Wait 'till the cows come home. — 2. 
A Sweetheart of my own. [4090 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419485 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

selection, by Ivan Caryll, arr. by 

Tom Clark [of U. S.] ; band. [4091 
i© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918 ; E 419140 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Japanese lullaby ; by I. Joseph [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. [4092 

© Dec. 22, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1918 ; E 422392 ; Israel Joseph, New 

York. 

Jazz band blues ; jazz fox- trot, by 
James White [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4093 

© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 

1918 ; E 422580 ; May Hill, Chicago. 

Jazz (The) glide; words by C. F. 
Harrison, music by Elmer Harley 
[of U. S.] [4094 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 422806; 
Chas. P. Harrison & co., Vancouver, 
B. C. 

Jazzola; by L. Morris and Charles 
Bano [of U. S.], arr. by Emanuel 
Morris [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[4095 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418864; 
Lester Morris, Brooklyn. 



Je n'avais pas aime ; valse chantee, 
paroles de Georges Millandy, 
musique de Joseph Rico [of Italy] 

[4096 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420312 ; L. Maurel, Paris. 

Jeannette. Sec Studio fancies. 

Jerry mon cheri ; words by Stanley 
Murphy, music by Harry Tierney 
[of U. S.] [4097 

© Mar. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1918 ; 
E 422757 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Jesu dulcis memoria; words anon, 
music by Roman Steiner [of U. S.] ; 
organ, sop. solo and chorus of mixed 
voices. 4to. [4098 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416855 ; P. J. Lammers, Baltimore. 

Jesus my Saviour; hymn, words and 
music by L. H. Bacheller [of U. S.] 

[4099 
© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2£, 
1918 ; E 422754 ; Lewis H. Bacheller, 
Kewanee, 111. 

Jesus the very thought of Thee ; 
anthem, words tr. by Edward Cas- 
well, music by Stanley F. Widener 
[of U. S.] op. 63; mixed voices, 4to. 
(Octavo series no. 3296) [4100 

© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918: E 417819; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Johnny get your gun; words by 
A. M. Zeile, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4101 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417349; 
Anna M. Zeile, Philadelphia. 

Johnny on the spot; one-step, by 
Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.] 1. Orch. 
4to. 2. Piano. [4102,4103 

© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. each Apr. 
9. 1918; E 424002,, 424013; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Jolly Jim; march, by W. B. Parkin- 
son [of U. S.] ; piano ace. to band 
pts. 4to. (Parkinson's system of 
class instruction for all instru- 
ments.) [4104 
© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417878; William Bliss Parkinson, 
Le Mars, la. 

Jolly jubilee ; sehottische, by Bert R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. 95, no. 2; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 
(In merryland, no. 2) [4105 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418683 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 



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4123 



Jonesey's rag-time baby; words by 

C. Sachtleben, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4106 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417474; 

Chas. Sachtleben, Dallas. 

Jokdan River flowin' on ; negro spir- 
itual, words and music by George 
Chittenden Turner [of U. S.] op. 5, 
no. 1. [4107 

© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422189; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Joy (The) of youth; concert song, 

words and music by H. Z. Long [of 

U. S.] [410S 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418744; 

Howard Zell Long, Stevens, Pa. 

Joyeuse (La) ; valse, by Van Den- 
man Thompson [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 
1; piano. (Four romantic pieces for 
pianoforte, no. 1) [4109 

© Jan. 30, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 417589; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Joyful dawn ; an Easter service, 
words by A. A. Payn, music by Clar- 
ence Kohlmann and others [of U. S.] 
Svo. [4110 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418823; Adam Geibel music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Joys of May; schottische, by Dorothy 
V. Crammond [of U. S.] op. 13; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. . 

[4111 
© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1918; E 418688; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Jubilee in Jerusalem; part-song, 
founded on a negro jubilee song, 
words and music by Clarence Lucas 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[4112 

© Feb. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 

1918 ; E 417942 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

June caprice; by L. Leslie Loth [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [4113 

© Jan. 30, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1918; E 422006; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Just a bit of deiftwood on the sea 
of life; words and music by C. K. 
Harris [of U. S.] [4114 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; E 417794; Chas. K. Harris, 
New York. 



Just a bit of sunshine ; words by N. 
Hill, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4115 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419467; Nannie Hill, Jack- 
sonville, Tex. 

Just a cottage in Virginia; words 
and melody by J. B. Wilson [of 
U. S.], arr. by Arthur John Man- 
veil [of U. S.] [4116 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422071; 
John Benedict Wilson, Jamaica 
Park South, L. I. 

Just a fkiendly smile ; words by 

A. E. Froelich, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4117 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418987; 

A. Elizabeth Froelich, Custer, Mont. 

Just a girl; musical comedy, words 
and arr. by Christine J. Andersen, 
music by author and Mary H. 
Bailey [of U. S.] [4118 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1918; D 19837; 
Chrissie Andersen, Springfield, Mo. 

Just a letter from Danny ; words by 

Mrs. A. M. Regan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4119 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419337; 

Mrs. A. M. Regan, Rochester, N. Y. 

Just a little after taps ; from Good- 
bye Bill, words by Richard Fech- 
heimer, music by W. B. Kernell [of 
U. S.] [4120 

© Mar. 7, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1918 ; E 417671 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Just a little bit closer ; words and 
music by C. F. Harrison [of 
Canada] arr. by Elmer Harley [of 
U. S.] [4121 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 422803; 
Chas. F. Harrison & co., Vancouver, 

B. C. 

Just a little cigarette ; words and 

music by F. Hall [of U. S.], arr. by 

Geo. D. Haage [of U. S.] [4122 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418719; 

Frank Hall, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Just a page from the book of love; 
words and music by R. M. Guyot 
[of U. S.] [4123 

© Mar. 24, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918; E 417951; Robert Mitchell 
Guyot, Jersey City. 



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Just a plain American youngster ; 

words by M. Garland, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4124 

© 1 c. Mar. 15. 1918; E 418928; 

May Garland, Bridgeport, Mich. 

Just a voice to call me dear. See 
Riviera girl. 

Just as the sun went down ; by Lyn 
Udall, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.] ; vocal orch., in G. 4to. 

[4125 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 1, 

1918; E 419259; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on new arrangement] 

Just because we know we're right ; 
words and music by F. E. Bunn [of 
U. S.], arr. by Bertha Hansbury [of 
U. S.] [4126 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 417892; 
Frank E. Bunn, Detroit. 

Just for you, I'll be true ; words by 
May Van Dyke, music by H. E. Van 
Dyke [of U. S.] Portland, Or., Van 
Dyke pub. co. [4127 

© Mar. 7, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 417692; Harry E. Van 
Dyke, Portland, Or. 

Just lay it to Herb ; comedy song, 
words by Cliff. Green and Paul Es- 
tabrook [of U. S.], music by Paul 
Estabrook [of U. S.] [4128 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 418552; National music 
pub. co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Just like Washington crossed the 
Delaware ; Gen'l Pershing will 
cross the Rhine, words by Howard 
Johnson, melody by Geo. W. Meyer 
[of U. S.] [4129 

© 1 c. Mar. 12. 1918; E 417720; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Same. [4130 

© Mar. 29, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 

1918; E 422606; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Just one last look of you, dear, be- 
fore I sail for France ; words by 
L. J. Marcano, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4131 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418773; 
Louis J. Marcano, New York. 

Just suppose; words and music by 

O. E. Leopold [of U. S.] [4132 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1918; E 422588; 

Oliver Elmer Leopold, Sioux Falls, 

S. D. 



K-K-K-Katy ; stammering song, words 

and melody by Geoffrey O'Hara [of 

U. S.] [4133 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417367; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Kaiser Bill; comic song, words by 
Raymond Egan, music by Egbert 
Van Alstyne [of U. S.] [4134 

© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 21, 
1918; E 419046; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Kaiser (The) Bill's doom; words 
and arr. of music by L. Silzell [of 
U. S.], melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 

[4135 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417703; 
Louanna Silzell, Mesa, Col. 

Kaiser's (The) conceit; a world war 
song, words by A. H. Hollenbeck, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [4136 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419108; 
A. H. Hollenbeck, Creston, la. 

Kaiser's (The) last drex^m ; words 
and music by L. Kness [of U. S.] 

[4137 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 417738; 
Leo Kness, Oakland, Cal. 

Kansas hymn ; w T ords and music by 

L. Forrest [of U. S.] [4138 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 

E 418751; Lillian Forrest, Jewell 

City, Kan. 

Katinka ; polka brillante, by Hubbard 
T. Smith [of U. S.] ; pf. (Favorite 
drawing-room pieces, no. 15201) 

[4139 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418639; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Kee-to-kee ; modulating rag, fox-trot, 
by Eugene Platzmann and Ted East- 
wood [of IT. S.] ; piano. [4140 
© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918 ; E 417504 ; Artmusic inc., New 
York. 

Keel (The) row; North country folk- 
song, first and third verses tradi- 
tional, second by Thomas Thompson, 
arr. of music by W. G. Whittaker 
[of Great Britain] ; four women's 
voices. 4to. [4141 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 420357; J. Curwen & sons ltd., 
London. 



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4158 



Keep cool the country's saving fuel ; 
I had to come home in the dark, 
words and music by Chas. R. Mc- 
Carron [of U. S.] New York, 
Charles R. McCarron. [4142 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418580 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

Keep the flag waving all the while ; 
words by Lina Dolland Speer, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4143 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418770; 
Mrs. J. M. Speer, Undercliff, Col. 

Keep the trench fires going for the 
boys out there; words by Eddie 
Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer 
[of U. S.] [4144 

© Feb. 21. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422116; Harry von Tilzer 
music pub. go., New York. 

Kettle (The) song; from Rock-a-bye 
baby, words by Herbert Reynolds, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[4145 
© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 419598; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Khaki (The) boys; words by Louis 
Bertrand, music by Florence E. Gale 
[of U. S.] [4146 

© Mar. 22, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 419055; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Khaki boys march ; or, They're going 

over ; words and music by J. Se- 

christ [of U. S.] [4147 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 422563; 

Jess Sechrist, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Kiss me; intro. If you look in her 
eyes, waltz, from Going up, by Louis 
A. Hirsch, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [4148 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1918 ; E 417980 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Kitchen (The) clock; words and 
music by Mrs. A. H. Frazer [of 
U. S.] Detroit, Mich., Frazer pub. 
co. [4149 

© Mar. 1. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417598; Mrs. Allan Howard Fra- 
zer, Detroit. 

Klokke, ring fred ( Aftenklokken ) ; 
fantasi by Sophus Anderson [of 
Denmark] arr. by Joh. Doebber [of 
Germany] ; piano. [4150 

© Oct. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Dec. 5. 1917 ; 
E 401345; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 



Kol nidrei ; melodie Hebrni'que, by S. 
E. Goldstein [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. [4151 

© Mar. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422814; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Krebs (Stanley Walter) Etude; va-. 

riation, by S. W. Krebs [of U. S.] 

op. 9 ; piano and violin. [4152 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E 418542; 

Stanley Walter Krebs, New York. 

Krinke (Harry) 56 exercises for 
hand extension and muscular con- 
trol ; by H. Krinke [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Seattle, Craig music press. [4153 
© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 418873 ; Harry Krinke, Seattle. 

Laddie boy; one-step, jass, by Ed- 
wards, played by Victor Arden and 
Malvin Franklin [of U. S.] ; in G. 
(Rhvthmodik record music rolls 
G100583) [4154 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419492 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in* 
terpretation] 

Laddie in khaki; the girl who waits 
at home, words and music by Ivor 
Novello, arr. by Clarence Lucas [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. New York, 
Chappell & co. ltd. 4to. [4155 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418788; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Laddie in khakie please come back 
to me; words by B. F. Fitzgerald, 
music by Raymond A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [4156 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418577; 
Bernard Francis Fitzgerald, Haver- 
hill, Mass. 

Laddies (The) from Missouri; words 
by Allie Toland Criss, music by R. 
Ritchie Robertson [of U. S.] [4157 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 419630; Robertson-Criss pub. co., 
Springfield, Mo. 

Lads of the gay cockade ; words and 
music by K. Munro [of Canada] arr. 
by Jules Brazil [of Canada] [4158 
© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 420333 ; Kathryn Munro, Toronto, 
Canada. 



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Lady (The) on the dollar: words 
and music by Mrs. W. H. Faling [of 
U. S.] [4159 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418766; 
Mrs. W. H. Faling, North Tona- 
wanda, N. Y. 

Lament. See Night thoughts. 

Land (The) of happy memories; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
D. de Groot [of England] ; in D. 

[4160 
© Jan. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 420370; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Land of joy; selections, by Yalverde, 
played by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
P19117) Contents:— 1. Holy week 
waltz. — 2. Torerito, torerazo. — 3. Can 
this be love. — 4. Oh ! my darling. — 5. 
There's chapter. [4161 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419571 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Land of liberty ; words by F. F. So- 
lochinsky, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4162 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418990; 
Frank J. Solochinsky, Newark, N. J. 

Land (The) of Uncle Sam; words by 
L. H. Ward, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4163 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418563; 
L. H. Ward, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Land where good songs go. See Miss 
1917. 

Langey (Otto) Three French songs; 
arr. by O. Langey for orch. with 
piano ace. Contents : — 1. Hindoo 
song; by H. Bemberg. — 2. At even- 
ing; by A.-C. Debussy. — 3. Open thy 
blue eyes; by J. Massenet. [4164 
© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422080; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Last (The) appeal, O Germany; 
words by L. Warren Johnson, music 
by A. J. Schorr [of U. S.] [4165 
© Mar. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4. 1918 ; 
E 419633 ; A. J. Schorr, Fort Wayne, 
Ind. 

Last night as I lay by the camp 
fire; words by R. Grenville, music 
by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [4166 
© Jan. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422090; Richard Grenville, Los 
Angeles. 



Latest style; by Louis Gilrod [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [4167 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419065; 
Albert A. Loewenstein, New York. 

Laurels of victory ; words by A. G. 
Corless, music by E. Edwin Crerie 
[of U. S.] [4168 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417647; Ernal music pub. co., 
Pittsburg. 

Leave it to Jane; from Leave it to 
Jane, fox-trot, jass, by Kern, played 
by Victor Arden and Malvin Frank- 
lin [of U. S.l (Rythmodik record 
music rolls E18823) [4169 

© Nov. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419481 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Leave it with Him ; author unknown, 
words arr. and music composed by 
James G. Ellis [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice. [4170 

© Dec. 29, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422063; Jas. G. Ellis, 
Chicago. 

Leaving the old home ; words by Miss 
W. Anderson, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [4171 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2. c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417390; Miss Willie Anderson, 
New Orleans. 

Leezie Lindsay ; from the Scotch min- 
strelsy, arr. by Fritz Kreisler [of 
Austria, domiciled at New York 
city,] in collaboration w T ith Rein- 
hold Warlich [of U. S.] ; high voice, 
in G maj. [4172 

© Dec. 6, 1917 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 
E 417764; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Let all the world rejoice ; words by 
Frank J. Bonnelle, music by Philip 
Greely [of U. S.] ; high voice in Efe>. 

[4173 

© Feb. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417627; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Let our boys over there have their 
smokes ; words by T. Jones, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4174 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418769; 
Tom Jones, Austell, Ga. 



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4193 



Let's all fight with all our might 
for good old Unole Sam ; words by 
T. McLarnon, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. CO. [4175 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 



E 417408 ; T. 
Creek, Mich. 



McLarnon, Battle 



Let's bury the hatchet; words and 
music by Addison Burkhardt [of 
U. S.] [4176 

.© Mar. 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 422819; Burkhardt Horwitz music 
CO., New York. 

Let's cheer the boys along ; words 
by Agnes E. Lenard, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[4177 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417399; A. E. Lenard, St. Paul, 
Minn. 

Let's give a little credit to the 
boys ; words and music by A. Ca- 
fiero [of U. S.] Brooklyn, Will Car- 
roll co., inc. [4178 
© Mar. 19, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918; E 417789; Al. Cafiero, Brook- 
lyn. 

Let's go ; musical play, words by A. L. 
Weeks & others, music by E. V. 
Moore & others [of U. S.] N. Y., 
J. H. Remick & co. [4179 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918; D 19832; University of Mich- 
igan Union, Ann Arbor. 

Let's line up boys for ov-er there; 
words by F. T. Irving, music and 
arr. by Arthur Fisk [of U. S.] [4180 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1918; E 417826; 
Florence T. Irving, San Francisco. 
Let's smoke the Kaiser out; words 
by J. Anding, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [4181 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417404 ; Julia Anding, Tulsa, Okl. 
Let the rest have Dixie Land, I'll 
take California for mine; from 
Odds and ends of 1917, words and 
music by Billy Frawley [of U. S.] 

[4182 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1918 ; 

E 422101 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 

Francisco. 

Letter (A) to the dearest one on 

earth ; words and music by H. Z. 

Long [of U. S.] [4183 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418743; 

Howard Zell Long, Stevens, Pa. 



Levine (Isaac) Twenty-four minia- 
tures for the piano-forte ; by I. Le- 
vine [of U. S.] v. 1. Contents:— 
Bagatelle. — Little elegy. — In good 
humor. — Reverie. — Helter-skelter. — 
Oriental melody. [4184 

© Feb. 12, 1918; 2c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422012; Isaac Levine, Chi- 
cago. 

Liberty; words and melody by E. L. 
Grundy [of England, domiciled at 
San Francisco] [4185 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418615; 
Evelyn Laughton Grundy, San Fran- 
cisco. 

words and music by J. M. Stin- 

son [of U. S.], arr. by Ed. Morback. 

[4186 
© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418803; John M. Stinson, Vallev 
Station, Ky. 

march, by A. E. Ciarlante [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [4187 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418800; 
Ariberto Eugenio Ciarlante, New 
York. 

Liberty and peace; words and music 

by G. W. Gates [of U. S.] [4188 

© Feb. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 2, 

1918; E 418519; George W. Gates, 

Ottumwa, la. 

Liberty (The) bond of the U. S. A. ; 

words and music by J. A. Randall 

[of U. S.] [4189 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918; E 419636; 

John Albert Randall, Chicago. 

Liberty loan march ; by John Philip 

Sousa [of U. S.] ; piano. [4190 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 5, 

1918; E 418697; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Liberty rose; march, by A. F. Er- 
hardt [of U. S.] ; piano. [4191 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 422592; 
Anna Frances Erhardt, Philadel- 
phia. 

Liberty song ; words and music bv 

B. L. Bean [of U. S.j [4192 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 

E 418837; Bessie Lane Bean, Nor- 

ristown, Pa. 

Liberty that shall not pass away ; 
words by M. Lundy, music by Carol 
Sweely [of U. S.] Williamsport, 
Leschetizky music school. [4193 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1918; E 422839; Mary B. Lundy, 
Williamsport, Pa. 



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Life forevermore ; Easter service, 
words by C. Austin Miles, music by 
C. A. Miles and John J. Thomas [of 
U. S.] 8vo. [4194 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418828; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Life's a tale. See Riviera girl. 

Life's message ; words and music by 
W. H. Bennett [of U. S.] arr. by 
William M. Bower [of U. S] [4195 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419150; 
William Henry Bennett, Los An- 
geles. 

Light as air ; by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Diploma series 
of easy piano pieces, no. 7) [4196 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422247; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Light cavallerie; & la tarantelle, by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 
342, no. 1; piano. Boston, Evans 
music co. (In peace and war, no. 1) 

[4197 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418674 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Light ( The ) eternal ; words by T. V. 
Cator, music by C. G. Hayes [of 
U. S.] [4198 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 422789; 
Clara Geraldine Haves, Santa Cruz, 
Cal. & Thomas V. Cator, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Light our way Miss Liberty; for 
we're saying good-bye to France; 
words and music R. T. McGee [of 
U. S.] [4199 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 418700; 
Robert T. McGee, Albany. 

Light (The) wind; by May Mukle 
[of England domiciled at New York 
city] ; violoncello and piano. [4200 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418847; G. Schrimer, inc., New 
York. 

Lilac-time; polka, by Maude Drake 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [4201 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1918 ; E 417776 ; A W. Perry's sons, 

Sedalia, Mo. 

Linger love ; words and music by 
H. H. Monroe [of U. S.] [4202 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918; E 422801; 
Harry H Monroe, Los Angeles. 



Liszt (Franz) Rhapsody no. 15; 
Rakoczy march, by Liszt, played by 
Arthur Loesser [of U. S.] (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls N18846) 

[4203 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 

1918 ; E 419566 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Saint Francis walking on the 

waves ; by Liszt, played by Giuseppe 
Randegger [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls N18066) [4204 
© Nov. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419573 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

2 etudes de concert; de F. Liszt, 

rev. par S. Riera [of France] ; 
piano. (Edition classique no. 9565) 
Contents: Dans les bois — Ronde des 
lutins. [4205 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420294; Durand et cie. Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

2 legendes; de F. Liszt, rev. par 

S. Riera [of France] ; piano. (Edi- 
tion classique no. 9563) Contents: — 
1. St. Frangois d'Assise. — 2. St. 
Frangois de Paule. [4206 

© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 420288; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 
Littig (The) method for tenor- 
banjo; bk. 2, by F. L. Littig [of 
U. S.] [4207 

© Dec. 15, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 417512; Frank L. Littig, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Little (A) bit o' honey; by Carrie 
Jacobs-Bond, arr. by H. F. Odell 
[of U. S.] ; full. mand. orch. [4208 

© Jan. 8, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422216; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

song by Carrie Jacobs-Bond, arr. 

by Zarh Myron Bickford [of U. S.] ; 
ukulele ace. [4209 

© Jan. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422263; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

words by W. G. Wilson, music 

by Carrie Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Zarh 
Myron Bickford [of U. S.] ; banjo 
ace. [4210 

© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1918 ; 
E 422217; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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Jto. 4. 1918 



4226 



Little (A) bit <V honey — Continued. 

■ words by W. G. Wilson, music 

by Carrie Jacobs Bond, transcrip- 
tion and guitar ace. by Vahdah 
Olcott Bickford [of U. S.j 1. Guitar 
solo, op. 54. — 2. Song with guitar or 
lute ace, op. 55. [4211, 4212 

© Nov. 1, 1917; 2 c. each Mar. 
29, 1918: E 419213. 419214; Carl 
Fischer. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Little (A) bit of sunshine; from 
home, words by Ballard Macdonald 
and Joe Goodwin, music by James 
F. Hanley [of U. S.] [4213 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5. 1918 ; 
E 418704; Shapiro, Bernstein & co. 
inc., New York. 

Little elegy. See Levine (Isaac) 
Twenty-four miniatures for the 
piano-forte. 

Little (A) house; words by P. J. 
O'Reilly, music bv Florence Aylward 
[of Great Britain] ; in F. [4214 
© Feb. 25, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1918: E 420396; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Little (The) Lord Jesus; a Christ- 
mas cantata, text compiled by Fred- 
erick H. Martens, music by William 
Lester [of U. S.] op. 77; organ, 
mixed voices with solos, vocal score. 
4to. [4215 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422201; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Little mother of mine: words by 
Walter H. Brown, music by J. A. 
Parks [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[4216 
(c) Feb. 26. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918: E 417572; J. A. Parks co., 
York, Neb. 

Little (A) song for sleep; words by 
Cecil Duncan- Jones, music by Bryce- 
son Treharne [of England domiciled 
at New York] ; high or medium 
voice. [4217 

© Mar. 12. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918: E 422388; G. Schirmer inc.. 
New York. 

Little Yokohama lady ; words by 
Sam Ehrlich. music by Nat Osborne 
[of U. S.] [4218 

© Mar. 1, 1918: 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418902; Times music pub. 
co. inc., New York. 



Lively as a cricket; by Geo. L. 
Spaulding [of U. S.] ; piano. (Di- 
ploma series of easy piano pieces no. 
5) [4219 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422258; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Lively (A) time; by Geo. L. Spauld- 
ing [of U. S.] ; piano. (Diploma 
series of easy piano pieces, no. 8) 

[4220 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25. 
1918; E 422246; Carl Fischer. New 
York. 

Loin du bal; concert transcription by 
Ernest Gillet, arr. by W. M. Felton 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Concert and ex- 
hibition pieces, no. 15157) [4221 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418656; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Lola; air de ballet by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 351 ; pianoforte. 

[4222 
© Mar. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418662; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Lonely (A) village; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 349 ; pianoforte. 

[4223 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418661; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Long boy ; fox-trot, by Walker, played 
bv Victor Arden and Paul King [of 
U. S.] ; four hands, in C. (Ryth- 
modik record music roll, G 100643) 

[4224 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419548 : American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Long Island : words by A. H. Bellows, 
music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [4225 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418565; 
Archibald H. Bellows, Good Ground. 
L. I., N. Y. 

Long (A) way from Uncle Sammy; 
words by D. Driver, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [4226 

© Feb. 20. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422499; Dora Driver, Den- 
ver. 



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Longing for home; reverie; by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 342, no. 
7 ; piano. Boston, Evans music co. 
(In peace and war, no. 7) [4227 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418681 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Lord (The) is in His holy temple; 
dedication part song, words from the 
church service, music by Harry 
Brookes [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [4228 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 
E 422558 ; Bay ley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; duet, 
words from Psalm 23, music by J. B. 
Gatenby [of Canada] ; sop. and con- 
tralto. [4229 
© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420335; Anglo Canadian music 
publishers ass'n ltd., Toronto, Can- 
ada. 

Lord (The) is my strength; Easter 
anthem, words from the Bible, mu- 
sic by Charles Fonteyn Manney [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [4230 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418745 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Lord Thou hast been our dwelling 
place ; anthem, words from the 
Bible, music by James H. Rogers [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices with ten. solo, 
organ ace. (H. F. 8vo choruses no. 
4001) [4231 

© Mar. 30, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918; E 422654; Harold Flammer, 
inc., New York. 

Lord's service and popular tune 
book; [comp. by J. M. Rich, of U. S.] 
All - America gospel ed. [Boston, 
Stanhope press, 1918] I p. 1., 8, 
[40], 11, [5] p. front. 12mo. [4232 
© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1918; aff. Feb. 8, 1918; A 492223; 
John Montgomery Rich, New York. 

Love ; words by J. Surma n, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4233 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417353; 
John Surman, Philadelphia. 

Love (The) he left behind him; 
words by J. T. Simpson, music by 
Marshall S. Simpson [of U. S.] 

[4234 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419237; John Thomas Simpson, 
Newark, N. J. 



Love (The) light in my mother's 
eyes ; words by Grant E. Cole, music 
by Fred G. Brown [of Canada] 

[4235 
© Mar. 14, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 420427 ; Thompson pub. co., 
Toronto, Can. 

Love like the dawn came stealing; 
four-part song, words by Gilbert 
Moyle, music by Charles Wakefield 
Cadman [of U. S.] op. 64, no. 2; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Secular part 
songs, no. 5492) [4236 

© Mar. 28. 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422813; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Love lyrics of Elizabethan times ; 
set 1, and 2, words anon, set to mu- 
sic by Christopher a Becket Wil- 
liams [of Great Britain] Contents : 
1. Come again. — Woefull heart. — 
Sweete Cupid. 2. As Flora slept. — 
Diaphenia. — Deare, if you change. 

[4237 
© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 420363, 420364 ; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Love (The) of Alice Gray; words by 
P. T. Hoisington, music by P. B. 
Story [of U. S.] New York, P. B. 
Story. [4238 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918 ; E 419208 ; Phoebe T. Hoising- 
ton, Stewart, O. 

Love (The) of first love in my 
dream ; words by W. H. Sheridan, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [4239 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1918; E 418993; 
W. H. Sheridan, Sadler, Tex. 

Love (A) song; (Ein liebesgesang) ; 

by Richard Czerwonky [of U. S.] ; 

violin and piano. [4240 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 

E 424041 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

(Liebeslied) ; by Charles Wake- 
field Cadman, op 40, arr. by Edmund 
Severn [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[4241 

© Feb. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 417338; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Love theme ; by Abbott Lee [of U. S.] 
orchestrated by Sol P. Levy [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [4242 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 417552; Cinema music co., 
New York. 



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4260 



Love was born that starry night; 
dolce far niente, words by David 
Stevens, music by Lucius Hosmer 
[of U. S.] [4243 

i© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422208; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Lover (A) and his lass; three-part 
song, words from As you like it by 
William Shakespeare, music by H. 
Clough-Leighter [of U. S.] op. 19, 
no. 3a ; women's voices. 4to. [4244 
© Mar. 2. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918; E 422471; Oliver Ditson CO., 
Boston. 

Lover's (A) duet (Duetto di amore] ; 
minuetto, English version by Fred- 
erick H. Martens, music by Pietro 
Floridia [of Sicily domiciled at New 
York city] ; soprano and baritone. 

[4245 

© Jan. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 

E 417626; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Lover's rhapsody. See Studio fancies. 

Love's call; words and music by 
Grace Porterfield Polk [of U. S.] ; in 
E flat. [4246 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918 ; E 417639 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

Love's garden of roses ; words by 
Ruth Rutherford, music by Haydn 
Wood, arr. by Clarence Lucas [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [4247 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422033 ; Chappell & co. ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Love's last gift; four-part song, 
words by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 
music by Cecil Forsyth [of IT. S.] ; 
women's voices. 4to. [4248 

© Jan. 17, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918; E 422470; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Love's vision ; words and music by 

Leila Troland [of U. S.] [4249 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1918; E 42223; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Loyalty ; words by M. L. Davis, music 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [4250 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418718; 
Mary Lewis Davis, Liberty, Mo. 

Lucille; polka, by Francesco B. De 
Leone [of U. S.], op. 22, no. 5; piano. 

[4251 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422842; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 



Lullaby; by N. Louise Wright [of 
U. S.] op. 30; piano. (Six easy im- 
promptus for piano no. 1) [4252 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419239; G. Schirmer inc., New 
York. 

words and music by Grace Porter- 
field Polk [of U. S.] ; in F. [4253 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918 ; E 417640 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co.. Chicago. 

■ words by E. H. Peck, music by 

Antoinette Brett Farnham [of U. S.] 

[4254 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419135; 
Eleanor Harper Peck, New Haven. 

words by Malvina Y^erger, music 

by F. J. Julienne [of U. S.] ; with 
violin obi. [4255 

© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; 
E 419321 ; Fannie Johnston Julienne, 
Jackson, Miss. 

MacDowell (Edward Alexander) 
Woodland sketches ; by MacDowell, 
played by Howard Brockway [of 
U. S.] (Rythmodik record music 
rolls J18734) Contents :— 1. From 
Uncle Remus. 2. A deserted farm. 

[4256 

© Nov. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 

1918 ; E 419474 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation] 

Made in America ; words and music 
by A. F. E. Hewitt [of U. S.] [4257 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417694; 
Alice F. E. Hewitt, Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Marchen (Ein) (A fairy tale) ; fan- 
tasia, by Ch. Bach, op. 40, ed. by 
Joseph Gahm [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4258 
© Nov. 22, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419228; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Magic (The) of your eyes; medley 
waltz, by Arthur A. Penn, arr. by 
T. M. Taylor [of U. S.] ; intro : 
Molly mine. 4to. 1. Orch. 2. Mili- 
tary band. [4259,4260 

© Dec. 18, 1917; 2 c. each Mar. 
18, 1918 ; E 418969, 418974 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 



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Magnificat and Nunc dimittis; 
words from church service, music 
by C. H. Kitson [or England] ; or- 
gan, mixed voices, in E flat. 4to. 
(Choral album no. 1277) [4261 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 420390 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Maid of the Orient ; words and 
melody by J. Meyer and B. Black 
[of U. S.] [4262 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 419010; 
Joe Meyer and Ben Black San Fran- 
cisco. 

Maiden (The) next dooe; words by 
N. J. Crawford, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [4263 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422730; N. J. Crawford, 
Seattle. 

Make up ; from Fancy free, words & 
music by Augustus Barratt [of 
U. S.] [4264 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418849; G. Schrimer, inc., New 
York. 

Makin's (The) of the U. S. A.; 
words by Vincent Bryan, music by 
Harry Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [4265 
© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 422117; Harry von Tilzer 
music co., New York. 

Malinconta ; by Leonardo De Lorenzo 
[of U. S.], op. 17, no. 1; flute and 
piano. [4266 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422233; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Mama love daddy; words and mel- 
ody by Jack Smith [of U. S.] 

[4267 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419141; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Man the guns boys ; words and mu- 
sic bv E. B. Thiele [of U. S.] [4268 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; E 417522 ; Ed- 
mund B Thiele, New York. 

March of the Christian soldier; 
words by Frederick William Faber, 
music by J. M. Raker [of U. S.] 
8vo. Philadelphia, Peter Reilly. 

[4269 

© Jan. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 

E 418537 ; J. M. Raker, Wilton, Wis. 



March of the liberty boys ; words by 

R. W. Camper, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4270 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417350; 

R. W. Camper, Williams, Cal. 

Marche alla Turca. See Mozart 
(W. A.) 

Marche funebre d'une marionette. 
See Gounod (C. F.) 

Marchin' on ; song of the Yankee 

dough boy, words and music by T. H. 

Montgomery [of U. S.] [4271 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1918; E 422590; 

Thomas H. Montgomery, New York. 

Marching song of the French army 
(Le regiment de Sambre-et-Meuse) ; 
by R. Planquette, arr. by W. P. 
Mero [of U. S.] (Celebrated marches 
for the pianoforte, no. 15133) [4272 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418629; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Marching to battle; words by A. A. 
Kanneman, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [4273 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 419001; 
Alvina A. Kanneman, Rocky 
Ridge, O. 

Marching to Berlin ; words by R. 
Othick, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4274 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418937; 
Rachel Othick, Kansas City, Kan. 

Margaret ; reverie, by Sister M. Cecilia 

[of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, Evans 

music co. [4275 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418693 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Mark (The) of the rose; words and 
music by Edgar Pinchot Crissman 
[of U. S.] [4276 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417601 ; Win. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Marraine (La) de l'escouade; valse, 
musique de Moreau-Febvre, arr. by 
Andre Colomb [of France] ; piano. 

[4277 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420311 ; Societe generale-thgatrale 
& d'editions, Paris. 

Mary Lee ; merrily I'll come to you ; 
words by Harold Robe, music by 
Gitz Rice [of England domiciled at 
New York] [4278 

© Feb. 21, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422027; G. Ricordi & co v 
inc., New York. 



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no. 4, 1918 



4296 



Mary Lee — Continued. 

male quartette. [4279 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 27, 

191S; E 417510; G. Ricordi & co., 

inc.. New York. 

one step, by Gitz Rice, arr. by 

Hugo Frey [of U. S.] ; full orches- 
tra. 4to. [4280 
© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 418551; G. Ricordi & co. 
inc., New York. 

Mary's lullaby ; words by Elsie 
Janet French, music by Henry W. 
Fairbank [of U. S.] ; high voice. — 
low voice. [4281 

© Jan. 30, 1918; 1 c. each Jan. 
31, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1918; E 
416732; H. W. Fairbank pub. co., 
Chicago. 

Masonic musical ritual; for cere- 
monials of craft degrees, words by 
various authors, music by Albert 
Ham, George H. Mitchell, Thomas 
H. Litster and others [of Canada 1 

[4282 
© Feb. 27. 1918; 1 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 420329; Grand lodge A. F. 
& A. M., Hamilton, Canada. 

Mass in honor of St. Patrick ; words 
from the Roman liturgy, music by 
J. J. Pierron [of U. S.] ; combined 
trebles and basses with organ or 
melodeon ace. 4to. [4283 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 417950; Jos. J. Pierron, 
Lodi, Wis. 

May morning; scherzo, by H. Alex- 
ander Matthews [of U. S.] ; pf. 

[4284 
© Mar. 6. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1918; E 418631; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Maybe some day; words and music 
by R. King, arr. by Minnie Lam- 
merding [of U. S.] [4285 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1918 ; E 419621 ; Rose King, Cincin- 
nati. 

Mazourka; by Heniot Levy [of 

U. S.l ; piano. [4286 

© Aug. 17, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 30, 

1918; E 419220; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Mazurka ; by Frederick A. Williams 
Tof U. S.] op. 98, no. 1 ; piano, in B 
flat. [4287 

© Jan. 14, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 422007; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

- See also Night thoughts. 

259 



Meddling with Mars ; junior girls 
play, words by Ruth E. Cann, Han- 
nah Champlin and Margaret Walsh, 
music by R. E. Cann, Emily Powell 
and Winona Beckley [of U. S.] ; 
vocal score. [4288 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918; E 422660; University music 
house, Ann Arbor. 

Meet me darling just at sunset 
down the lane ; words by Waldo E. 
Cook, music by Seth A. Cook [of 
U. S.] [4289 

© Mar. 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419246; Cook music co., Woon- 
socket, R. I. 

Meet me, my pretty Lindy; words 
and music by L. S. Witte [of U. S.] 

[4290 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418785; 
L. Sherbie Witte, Milwaukee. 

Meet me to-night where all lovers 
go ; words by J. Fuhrman, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, North American music pub. 
co. [4291 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422727; James Fuhrman, 
Pittsburgh. 

Melodie elegante; by John G. Lais 

[of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, Evans 

music co. [4292 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418677; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Melodious moments ; meditation, by 
Jean Edouard [of U. S.] ed. and 
fingered by M. Greenwald ; piano. 

[4293 
© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419270; Century music pub. co., 
New York. 

Melodious scale studie, ist position: 
by Harry Pabst [of U. S.] op. 14; 
violin. (Eastman's red music books 
no. 5) [4294 

© Apr. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 419601; A. H. Eastman, Cleve- 
land. 

Melody no. i ; by R. R. Reiche [of 
U. S.] ; air with piano ace. [4295 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 417693; 
Ralph R. Reiche, Chicago. 

by W. W. Ostrow [of U. S.] ; in- 
strumental. [4296 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1918; E 422093; 
Walter W. Ostrow, Washington, 
D. C. 



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4297 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Memories of love; by V. E. Patrick 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Sedalia, Mo., 
A. W. Perry's sons. [42,97 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 a Mar. 16, 
1918; E 417780; Virgie E. Patrick, 
Barnard, Kan. 

Memories of the old home; words by 
E. J. Carpenter, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4298 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419126; 
Emma Jefts Carpenter, Goshen, 
N. Y. 

Men who make the whole world 
laugh ; from Smile, words by Wal 
Pink, music by Frederick W. Chap- 
pelle [of England] [4299 

© July 6, 1917 ; 1 c. Mar. 14, 1918 ; 
E 420406; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Auf fliigeln des ges- 
anges (On the wings of song) ; by 
Mendelssohn, played by Giuseppe 
Randegger [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls J18744) [4300 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2c. April 5, 1918 ; 
E 419502; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Menuet ; by Felix Borowski, rev. by 
Hans Semper [of U. S.] ; pf. [4301 
© Jan. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418841; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revising] 

— — by Heniot Levy [of U. S.] ; pi- 
ano. [4302, 
© Aug. 17, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918; E 419222; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

See also Haydn (Josef) 

Menuet in G, no. 2. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Mere (La) la victoire ; sur les motifs 
de la chanson de V. Fabre, musique 
de Edmond Brunswick [of France] ; 
orch. et piano conducteur. 4to. 

[4303 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420291; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 



Merry bells ; medley, by A. F. Er- 
hardt [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[4304 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 418623; 
Anna Frances Erhardt, Philadel- 
phia. 

260 



Merry-go-round (The) ; by Alfred 
Moffat [of Great Britain] ; violin 
with piano ace. (Twelve 18th cen- 
tury English violin pieces, no. 10) 

[4305 
© Jan. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 420365; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Merry midgets ; waltz, by Bert R. An- 
thony [of U. S.] op. 95, no. 3; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. (In merry- 
land, no. 3] [4306 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418675; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Merry (The) mountaineer; by Bert 
K. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 122; 
pianoforte. [4307 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418646; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Merry (The) peasant. See Schu- 
mann (Robert) Reminiscences [and] 
The merry peasant. 

Message (A) from no man's land; 

words and melody by L. P. Heiman 

[of U. S.] [4308 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 422761; 

Louis Paul Heiman, St. Paul. 

Method for the accordeon ; English, 
Italian and Polish text, self -instruc- 
tive with explanations, by Albert Ar- 
chivi [of U. S.] [4309 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419223; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Metodo ei.ementare per chitarra. See 
in book file Munier (C.) 

Mexicala ; syncopated waltz, by George 

Gould [of U. S.] ; piano. [4310 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1918 ; 

E 422102 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 

Francisco. 

Military march. See Schubert (F. P.) 

Minnehaha, gave them all the ha 
ha ; words by Will J. Hart, music by 
Ed. Nelson [of U. S.] [4311 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 
E 419129; A: J. Stasny music co., 
New York. 



Minnesota our north star ; words 
and music by L. W. Colgrove [of 
U. S.] [4312 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 19, 
1918 ; E 422489 ; Laura Walker Col- 
grove, Minneapolis. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 4, 1918 



4329 



Minuet; folk dance by F. E. Foertsch 
[of U. S.] arr. by Martina Gilbert 
[of U. S.] ; piano, [with text mat- 
ter] pt. 1-4. [4313 
© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1918; E 422113; Frederick E. 
Foertsch, New Haven. 

Minuet in C ; by W. W. Kammerling 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [4314 

© Feb. 28, 191S ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417531 ; W. W. Kammerling, Chi- 
cago. 

Mintjetto giojoso. See Mozart ( W. A. ) 

Miss 1917; fox-trot, by Kern, played 
by Victor Arden [of U. S.] asst. by 
AY. E. D. [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls J 19105) Con- 
tents : — 1. The land where good 
songs go. 2. The picture I want to 
see. [4315 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419482 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

M-i-s-s-i-s-s-i-p-p-i ; by Harry Tierney, 
trans, by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; 
six saxophones, org. or piano ace. 
4to. [431G 

© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
191S; E 422274; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

fox-trot, intro : Sometime, by 

Harry Tierney, arr. by Zarh Myron 
Bickford [of U. S.] ; steel guit. solo 
with steel guit. or ukulele ace. or obi. 

[4317 
© Dec. 28, 1917: 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422283; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Mohawk Indian hunting song ; words 
and melody by O. S. Kenonton [of 
Canada domiciled at New York citv], 
arr. by Lucien G. Chaffin [of U. S.] 

[4318 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419209; 
O. S. Kenonton, New Y^ork. 

Mois de Mai joli ; chanson-ma rche, 
paroles de Meo Talmas, musique de 
Vincenzo Billi [of Italy] op. 330; 
chant et piano. [4319 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420316; Societe anonyme des Edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Mojsche kapoir; by Louis Gilrod [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [4320 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419066; 
Albert A. Loewenstein, New York. 



Moonlight ripples ; morceau de salon, 
by Harry Hiscocks [of New Zea- 
land] ; piano. [4321 
© Dec. 17, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1918 ; E 420392 ; A. Eady & co., Auck- 
land, New Zealand. 

Morning mood. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Mosaic ; overture, intro. extracts from 
Juno and Jeanne Maillotte, arr. by 
Julius S. Seredy, mand. arr. by L. 
Tocaben [of U. S.] ; orch. with parts 
for full mand. orch. [4322 

© Mar. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 424014; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mother ; words by A. M. Kurtz, music 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [4323 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418717; 
Anna M. Kurtz, Coatesville, Pa. 

Mother dear ; words by M. H. Shea, 
music by Philip A. Scheib [of U. S.] 

[4324 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418733; 
Michael Henry Shea, Brooklyn. 

Mother Goose's nursery rhymes ; by 
Elliott, played by How r ard Brockway 
[of U. S.] (Rythmodik record mu- 
sic roll, N 100655) [4325 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5. 1918 ; 
E 419558 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Mother o' mine; words by Rudyard 
Kipling, music by Mrs. Raymond 
Maude [of England] [4326 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 420373 ; Keith, Prowse & co. 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on melody] 

Mother (The) state of all; words 

bv F. D. Myers, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4327 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918 ; E 417490 ; F. 

D. Myers, Baltimore. 

Mother, you're sunshine to me; 

words by N. B. Brody, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [432S 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417837; 

N. B. Brody, Bronx, N. Y r . 

Mother's baby boy is gone ; words by 
B. Cassity, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4329 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419448; Bobby Cassity, Red Top, 
Mo. 



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4830 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Mother's (A) dream; words by Kath- 
ryn E. Beutell, music by W. A. 
Kuehn [of U. S.] Cincinnati, Queen 
City music pub. co. [4330 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
B 419627 ; W. A. Kuehn, Cincinnati. 

Mothers (The) far away; words by 
S. Smith, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4331 

■■© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918 ; E 422718 ; Sylvan Smith. Bat- 
tle Creek. 

Mother's (A) love; words by J. Ellis, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4332 

i© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418782; 

James Ellis, Du Bois, Pa. 

Mothers of France ; words and music 
by Leo Woods [of U. S.] [4333 

© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918 ; E 419011 ; Meyer Cohen music 
pub. co., New York. 
Mother's (A) prayer; words by Mrs. 
J. P. Hoyt, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [4334 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417495; 
Mrs. John P. Hoyt, Estherwood, La. 
Mother's (A) prayer for her boy out 
there ; words by Andrew B. Ster- 
ling, music by Arthur Lange [of 
U. S.] [4335 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422298; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 
Mother's (A) soldier boy ; words and 
music by V. H. Maves [of U. S.] 
Milwaukee, Wis., V. Maves pub. co. 

[4338 
© Mar. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 422816; Victor H. Maves, Mil- 
waukee. 

words by H. H. Raab, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [4337 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 419000; 

Hannah H. Raab, Hatboro, Pa. 

Mountain pink of the palisades ; 

words bv G. N. Fisher, music by 

Nellie Miles [of U. S.] [4338 

© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 

E 424046; George N. Fisher, East 

Norwalk, Conn. 

Move a little of Broadway to Paris ; 

and make the boys feel right at 

home, words by May Donoghue, 

music by Sam Landers [of U. S.] 

arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[4339 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422026; 

F. B. Haviland pub. co., New York. 



Mozart ( Wolfgang A m a d e u s ) 
Marche alia Turca ; by Mozart, arr. 
by H. F. Odell [of U. S.] ; mand. 
orch. [4340 

© Feb. 2, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1918 ; E 422273 ; Carl .Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Minuetto giojoso ; by W. A. Mo- 
zart, arr. by J. S. Seredy and L. 
Tocaben [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[4341 
© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422202; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

9 sonatas; by W. A. Mozart, ed. 

by Arthur Foote [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Contents :— V. 1, No. 1, in C— No. 2 
in G. — No. 3 in F. — No. 4, Fantasia 
in D minor. — No. 5, Rondo in A 
minor. — V. 2, No. 6 in A. — No. 7 in 
D. — No. 8 in F. — No. 9 Fantasia and 
Sonata in C minor. (Educational 
series, no. 171 a, b) [4342-4350 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. each Feb. 
23, 1918; E 422038-422046; Arthur 
P. Schmidt, Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision and editing.] 

Muddle; words by Margot Case Hale, 
music by R. B. Brewer [of U. S.]' 

[4351 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 419253; 
Robert B. Brewer, Cleveland. 

Municipal (The) loose leaf violin 
method ; by Frederick William Ort- 
mann [of U. S.] ; lessons 14a, 14b, 
14c, 14d. [4352 

© Jan. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1918; E 422275; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Munster (The) fusileers ; part-song, 
words by N. H. Subbins, music by 
Arthur Foote [of U. S.] ; men's 
voices. 4to. [4353 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918; E 418996; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Musette. See Gluck (C. W. von) 

Music in my soul to-night ; hymn, 
words and music by H. G. Tovey 
[of U. S.] [4354 

© Jan. 21, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419165; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana. Ind. 

My beautiful girl; words by Edna 

De Landro, music by E. Jackson [of 

U. S.] [4355 

© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419067; 

Eddie Jackson, New Orleans. 



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no. 4, 1918 



4373 



My beautiful rose. I have found 
you; words by M. A. Brin, music 
by A. H. Beckwith [of U. S.] [4356 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1918; E 422103; 
Maurice A. Brin & Alfred Henry 
Beckwith, Chicago. 

My boy : from Rock-a-bye baby, words 
by Herbert Reynolds, music by 
Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [4357 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9. 1918 ; 
E 419600; T. B. Harms CO., New 
York. 

My Cairo maid ; fox-trot, by Foster- 
Schonberg, played by Victor Arden 
and Mai \in Franklin [of U. S.] ; in 
F (Rythmodik record music roll, G 
100793) [4358 

© Dec. 20. 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918 ; E 419556 ; American piano Co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

My castle in the air ; from Bubbly, 
words by Douglas Hoare, music by 
Philip Braham [of England] [4359 
© Feb. 7. 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918 ; 
E 420386; Ascherberg. Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

My country is calling me ; words 
and music by G. F. Tremblay [of 
Canada, domiciled at New York] 

[4360 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 419159; 
Gertrude F. Tremblay, New York. 

My country is the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by A. Peterson [of U. S.] 

T4361 
© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 'l c. Mar. 8. 1918 ; 
E 418844; Albert Peterson, Minne- 
apolis. 

My country 's calling me ; words by 
Ervin R. Miller, music by Chas. F. 
Roberts [of U. S.] [4362 

© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29. 
1918; E 419203; United song writ- 
ers' assn., Indianapolis. 

My darling Rose; words by G. R. 
Sinning, music by L. A. Clark [of 
U. S.] [4363 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
191S; E 422379; George R. Sinning, 
Pittsburgh. 

My dear-o ; march song, words and 
music by Helen Howarth Lemmel 
[of U. S.] [4364 

© Mar. 2, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 8, 
1918; E 418890; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. 



My dream girl ; words by Ray White, 
music by Jim Schiller [of U. S.] 

[4365 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1918; E 417517; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

My dream lady; serenade, words by 
Edgar Rollman, music by J. H. 
Valentine [of U. S.] arr. by E. 
Rollman [of U. S.] [4366 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417341; 
Mrs. Jess Hattemer Valentine, Ashe- 
ville, N. C. 

My dream maid; words and music by 
H. L. Fenton [of U. S.] [4367 

© Jan. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422066 ; Harriett Law Fen- 
ton, Waterloo, la. 

My dream of peace ; words and music 
by Halsey K. Mohr [of U. S.] 

[4368 
© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417606; Shapiro, Bernstein & co. 
inc., New York. 

My elfin belle; words by F. A. 
Walters, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4369 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419436; F. A. Walters, 
Stevens Point, Wis. 

My Hawaii ; fox-trot, by Lewis, 
played by Victor Arden and Paul 
King [of U. S.] ; in A flat, 4 hands. 
(Rythmodik record music roll, 
G 100602) [4370 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419527; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

My heart longs for mavourneen ; 
words by V. Marran, music by P. B. 
Story [of U. S.] New York, P. B. 
Story. [4371 

© Jan. 15, *1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918 ; E 419206 ; Vance Marran, De- 
troit. 

My heart's in the trenches of 
France; words by L. Lockney, 
music by L. E. Backherms [of 
U. S.] arr. by Cannon Hearne [of 
U. S.] [4372 

© Feb. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1918; E 417676; Laurence Lockney 
& Louis E. Backherms, Ayer, Mass. 

My honey's back ; words and music 

by Geo. Getsey and M. Thompson 

[of U. S.] piano with text. [4373 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E 418520; 

Moe Thompson, Minneapolis. 



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My Ikish American Rose; words and 
music by Andrew B. Sterling, Ar- 
thur Lange and Al. W. Brown [of 
U. S.] [4374 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418581 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

My Kerry colleen ; words and music 
by E. G. Wright [of U. S.] arr. by 
Dave Pexton. [4375 

© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1918 ; 
E 422745; Eddie George Wright, 
Chicago. 

My lady of the Nile; words and 
melody by Henry Troy [of U. S.l 

[4376 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 417755 ; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

My lady of the screen ; by Fred Van, 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [ofU. S.]; 
vocal orch., in E flat. 4to. [4377 

© Mar. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419260 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

My liberty boy ; words by J. F. 

Thomas, music by Aletha Miller- 

Sperry [of U. S.] [4378 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417501; 

J. Fred Thomas, Clarinda, la. 

My little old-time sweetheart ; 

words and music by L. W. Francis 

[of U. S.] [4379 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918; E 417548; 

Lucie Welling Francis, Brooklyn. 

My little service flag has seven 
stars ; words by Stanley Murphy, 
music by Harry Tierney [of U. S.l 

[4380 
© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418821 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

My lover is off to the war ; words 
by Clare Harding, music by T. Mul- 
oahy [of England] London. Novello 
& co., ltd. [4381 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 420404; T. Mulcahy, Mar- 
ket Drayton, England. 

My Ohio girl; words by M. Lehman, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
nub. co. [4382 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417405 ; M. Lehman, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 



My picture post card girl; words by 
Mary Maguire and Louis George 
Redmond-Howard, music by Jerome 
Coleman [of Great Britain] [4383 
© Feb. 18, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 420443; Thomas Kiersey, 
Dublin, Ireland. 

My presence shall go with thee ; 
words and music by G. G. Gillespie 
[of U. S.] 8vo. [4384 

© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918 ; E 422677 ; George G. Gillespie, 
East Palestine, O. 

My pretty fishermaiden (Du schemes 
nsehermadchen) ; English words by 
Elizabeth Marion Lockwood, music 
by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor [of 
Great Britain] (Three songs of 
Heine, no. 1) [4385 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420421; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

My princess pa-tj rider girl; words 
by C. P. Parr, music by W. M. De- 
vine [of U. S.] Honolulu, Parr & 
Divine. [4386 

© Mar. 14, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918 ; E 417746 ; Claude P. Parr and 
W. Moffat Devine, Honolulu. 

My queen from the empire state; 
words by M. Scully, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, North 
American music pub. co. [4387 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419431; Maine Scully, Cohoes, 
N. Y. 

My Red cross nurse ; words by J. 
O'Connor, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [4388 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422311; 
Jerry O'Connor, Blackwells Island, 
N. Y. 

My rich Uncle Sam ; march and one- 
step, words and music by E. Vernick 
[of U. S.] [4389 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1918; E 417751; Edward Vernick, 
Boston. 

My soldier boy; one-step, words and 
music by E. W. Mitchell [of U. S.l 

[4390 
© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918 ; E 419146 ; Ethel Williams Mit- 
chell, New York. 

words by E. S. Snodgrass, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4391 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418944; 
E. S. Snodgrass, Dubuque, la. 



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4410 



My soldier boy — Continued. 

words by L. I. Nord, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music pub. co. 

[4392 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419471 ; Lloyd I. Nord, Interna- 
tional Falls, Minn. 

words by N. Ricketts, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music pub. co. 

[4393 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419172; Nora Ricketts, Simla, 
Col. 

My sunshine Jane; by Ball, played 
by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] in G. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
Gl 00544) [4394 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419497; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

down beside the weeping willow 

tree, by Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; military 
band in B flat. 4to. [4395 

© Dec. 24, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918 ; E 419033 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

My sweet Irish Nora ; words and mu- 
sic by S. A. Kenney-Bochius [of 
U. S.] [4396 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418802; 
Sarah A. Kenney-Bochius, Lewis- 
ton, Id. 

My sweet when I to others sing ; 
words by H. D. Banning, music by 
Bert Carew [of England] [4397 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 420374 ; Keith, Prowse & co. 
ltd., London. 

My sweetheart is over the ocean ; 

words by W. Selle, music by E. S. S. 

Huntinaton [of U. S.] [4398 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417845; 

Walter Selle, Savannah, Mo. 

My sweetheart's bouquet ; words and 
music by V. Potter [of U. S.] 

[4399 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417595 ; Virginia Potter, Newport, 
R. I. 

My sweetie ; fox-trot, by Berlin, 
played by Eubie Blake [of U. S.] ; in 
B flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G100703) [4400 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419540 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



My Virginia girl; words by A. J. 

Piatt, music by Grace Hall [of 

U. S.] [4401 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 

E 417660 ; A. J. Piatt, Pueblo, Col. 

My wife likes to go to the city; or, 
the Carry habit, words and music 
by C. B. Lewis [of U. S.] [4402 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422838; Cassie Brown Lewis. 
Greystone, R. I. 

'N' everything ; from Sinbad, words 
and music by Bud De Sylvia, Gus 
Kalm and Al Jolson [of U. S.] 

[4403 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418724 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

National army; march, by I. Spiller 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [4404 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418734; 
Isidor Spiller, New York. 

Nature's song; words and music by 
Grace Porterfield Polk [of U. S.] ; 
in F. [4405 

© Feb. 23, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918 ; E 417638 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

Naughty little Red cross nurse ; 

words and music by C. Friend [of 

U. S.] [4406 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1918; E 422110; 

Cliff Friend, Los Angeles. 

Navy league march ; two step, by E. 
W. Berrv [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [4407 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27. 
1918; E 419199; George Southwell 
pub. co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Nearer ; poem by J. G. Ellis, music by 
Margaret Birnbach [of U. S.] ; me- 
dium voice. [4408 
© Dec. 29. 1917; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422062; Jas. G. Ellis, Chi- 
cago. 

Neath the lanterns' glow ; song in 
the comic opera The Mascot, words 
by Anna Fyfe, music by H. H. Che- 
ney [of U. S.] [4409 
© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1918 ; 
E 416885 ; H. Howard Cheney, Walt- 
ham, Mass. 

Neath the light of the pale har- 
vest moon ; words and music by M. 
L. Buffington [of U. S.] Oskaloosa, 
la., Buffi ngton & co. [4410 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422065; Myrtle L. Buffing- 
ton, Oskaloosa, la. 



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NEBBER DO NOTHIN' FOE NOBODY, DAT 

don't do nothin' foe you ; words 
by Geo. Appel & T. A. Metz, music 
by T. A. Metz [of U. S.] 4to. [4411 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422076 ; Theo. A. Metz, New 
York. 

Negro's (The) prayer; words and mu- 
sic by H. Morse [of U. S.] arr. by 
Adell McKee [of U. S.] [4412 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418805; Hansel Morse, Philadel- 
phia. 

Nereides (Les) (The nereids) ; by Ar- 
thur Gray [pseud, of Nicholas De 
Vore, of U. S.] ; piano. [4413 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422485; Bryant music co., 
New York. 

Nervous (The) blues; words and mu- 
sic by Perry Bradford [of U. S.] 
arr. by Dave Peyton [of U. S.] 

[4414 
i© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418885; 
Ricketts and Bradford, New York. 

Never let America desert her post; 
words by E. Ebling, music by Leo. 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[4415 
© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417407 ; Elizabeth Ebling, Detroit, 
Mich. 

New (The) army; marching song, by 
R. B. H. Macrorie and Daniel Web- 
ster, arr. by Max Boehme [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [4416 

© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 418549; Rutherford B. H. 
Macrorie and Daniel Webster, Dav- 
enport, la. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

New (The) Hail Columbia; march- 
ing song, by George W. Chadwick. 
arr. by Hans Semper [of U. S.] ; 
pin no solo. [4417 

© Jan. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1918 ; 417337 ; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

New York ; New York — New York — 
I love you, words and melody by A. 
Hallam and J. M. Reilly [of U. S.] 

[4418 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418878; 
Alfred Hallam, Albany, & James M. 
Reilly, Rensselaer, N. Y. 



New York I'm simpitt wild about 
you ; words and music by G. J. Ben- 
nett [of U. S.] [4419 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417508; 
George J. Bennett, Brooklyn. 

Next to God, Old Glory; words by 

W. B. Neuer, music by J. E. An- 

dino [of U. S.] [4420 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417842; 

Wm. Beale Neuer, Indianapolis. 

Night (The) breeze; waltzes, by 
Sedgwick Smith [or U. S.] ; 1st and 
2nd mand., tenor mandola, mando- 
cello, guit. and piano ace. [4421 

© Jan. 3. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 417725; Geeorge Stannard, 
Trenton, N. J. 

Night thoughts ; by Charles Villiers 
Stanford [of Great Britain], op. 148, 
no. 1 ; piano. Contents : — 1. Noc- 
turne. 2. Ballade. 3. Scherzo mar- 
ziale. 4. A soliloquy. 5. Mazurka. 
6. A lament. [4422 

© Feb. 8, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 420395; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Nightingale (The) (Le rossignol) ; 
by Alabieff-Liszt, played by Esther 
Marvin Cutchin [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls J18955) 

[4423 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419478 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Ninfea bianca ; mazurka, by Fran- 
cesco Di Leo [of Italy, domiciled at 
Pittsburgh] ; 1st and 2nd mand. and 
guit. [4424 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422614; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Ninny, nonny no ; song from the pro- 
duction Yes, uncle, words by Clif- 
ford Grey, music by Nat. D. Ayer 
[of U. S.] [4425 

© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 416879; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

Nippon land of the rising sun ; jass, 
fox trot, by Daly, played by Victor 
Arden and Malvin Franklin [of U. 
S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G100563) [4426 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419499; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 



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4446 



No surrender ; words by C. McGill, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4427 

© 1 c. Mar. 15 1918; E 418940; 

Charles McGill, Lilly, Pa. 

Nocturne. Sec Chopin (F. F.) 

Sec also Night thoughts. 

Nona ; waltz, by F. W. Vandersloot [of 
U. S.] arr. by Frank E. Barry [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. and piano ace. 
4to. [4428 

© Apr. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 419421 ; Vandersloot music pub. co., 
Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

piano. [4429 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422341 ; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Norwegian bridal march ; by Herman 
Sandby [of Denmark domiciled at 
New York] 1. String orch. and 
score. 2. Violin and piano. 

[4430, 4431 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Apr. 9, 

1918 ; E 424033, 424034 ; Carl Fischer, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Not-you ; from Rock-a-bye baby, words 
by Herbert Reynolds, music by Je- 
rome Kern [of U. S.] [4432 
© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 419599; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Nothing like the farm ; words by 
V. O. Fezatte, music by Carl Mueling 
[of U. S.] [4433 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422833; Vangie O. Fezatte, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Now is Christ risen ; [Easter choir 
cantata] nos. 1-12, by Carrie B. 
Adams, arr. by A. C. Buschle [of 
U. S.] ; orch. pts. 4to. [4434 

© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418529; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Now is my Chloris ; a pastoral, from 
Thomas Weelkes' Ballets and mad- 
rigals, music by Alfred G. Wathall 
[of U. S.] ; med. voice in G. (Five 
English songs in olden style no. 2.) 

[4435 
© Jan. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1918; E 417625; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



Now is the time ; words by W. C. 
Poole, music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] [4436 

© Mar, 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422374; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Now sweetheart do not cry ; words 
by A. Young, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [4437 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417394 ; Annetta Young, E. Pales- 
tine, O. 

NOW THEY COME SAILING HOME ; WOrdS 

by N. B. Brody, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4438 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918 ; E 417836 ; 
N. B. Brody, Bronx, N. Y. 

Nowadays ; by Israel Amter [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. [4439 

© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 

1918; E 419059; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. 

Nunu; fantasia negra, parole di F. 
de Goizueta, musica di V. Sullig [of 
Italy] 1. Piano with text. 2 Canto 
e piano. [4440, 4441 

© Mar. 4, 1918; 1 c. each Mar. 5, 
1918; E 420341, 420342; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 

Nursery fanfare; from Rock-a-bye 
baby, words by Herbert Reynolds, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[4442 
© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918 ; 
E 419597; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Nydia; gavotte by Porfirio Tealdi [of 

U. S.], op. 5 no. 2; piano. [4443 

© Aug. 28, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 

1918; E 419233; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

mazurka by Porfirio Tealdi [of 

U. S.], op. 5 no. 3; piano. [4444 

© Aug. 28, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419234; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

serenade by Porfirio Tealdi [of 

U. S.] op. 5, no. 1 ; piano. [4445 

© Aug. 28, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419232; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Nymph and swain ; madrigal, part 

song, music by H. J. Stewart [of 

U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [4446 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1918 ; 

E 422469 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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O, COME AND HELP US CAREY ON THE 

war; words by R. St. John, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4447 
© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419347; 
Ruth St. John, Mexico, Mo. 

O. D. (The) boy; the olive drab boy, 
words by A. W. Patterson, music by 
Geo. P. Howard [of U. S.] New 
York, H. W. Gray co. [4448 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418799; A. W. Patterson. Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

O DAY OF REST AND GLADNESS ; hymn 

anthem, music by J. Fletcher [of 
U. S.] ; solos, duett and cho. of 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choir music, 
no. 57.) [4449 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1918; E 417506; Joseph Fletcher, 
Ridgeleld Park, N. J. 

O friend of mine. See Studio fancies. 

'O grinaoll che ragiona ; macchietta, 
versi di Vito Pellegrini, musica di 
G. Santeramo [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; canto e mandolino. 

[4450 
© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422615; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

O hallowed cross ; while Thee I seek, 
protecting power, Easter anthem, 
words by C. Austin Miles and H. M. 
Williams, music arr. from an old 
English melody by Adam Geibel [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. (An- 
thems for Easter, no. 206] [4451 
© Feb. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418833; Adam Geibel music co., 
Philadelphia. 

O joyful sound; Easter carol, four- 
part chorus, words traditional, 
music by Frederick Schlieder [of 
U. S.] : mixed voices. (8vo. choruses 
no. 6733.) [4452 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422079; G. Schirmer inc., 
New York. 

O little town of Bethlehem ; by 
Redner, played by Andrei Kmita [of 
U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls H100634) [4453 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419534 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 



O Lord God ; the collection for Sex- 
agesima, words anon, music by 
Percy C. Buck [of England] ; set 
for boys voices. 4to. (Novello's 
chorister series of church music, 
no. 59) [4454 

© Mar. 13, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 420403; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

O mistress mine; words by William 
Shakespeare from Twelfth night, 
music by Mark Andrews [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Modern series 
no. 142) [4455 

© Apr. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419605; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

O mountains of the North ; words by 
John Greenleaf Whittier, music by 
Cecil Burleigh [of U. S.] op. 33, 
no. 4. [4456 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422194; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

O native land ; words by S. E. Mekin, 
music by Alfred Wooler [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. 4to. [4457 

© Mar. 9, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 418882; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

'O surdato a Venezia ; versi di Filippo 
Neri, musica di G. Quaranta [of 
Italy] [4458 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 420356; G. Esposito Pasqualotto, 
New York. 

O, you Bill; words and music by 
Ralph Bird [of U. S.] [4459 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422347; 
Patrick O'Sullivan, Louisville. 

Oblivion ; words by Rudolph Altrocchi, 
music by Edith Lobdell [of U. S.] 

[4460 

© Mar. 7, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1918; E 417770; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Oeuvres completes. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Off to France; patriotic song, words 
and music by J. B. McPhail [of 
U. S.] [4461 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918: E 422020; John B. McPhail, 
Pueblo, Col. 



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4481 



Off to the feont ; words by L. E. 
Dunkin, music by Leo Friedman [of 
D. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [4462 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918: E 422725; Leslie E. Dunkin, 
Franklin, Ind. 

Offertory; from the choral music for 
a requiem celebration of the holy 
communion, music by Wallace Good- 
rich [of U. S.] ; organ, mixed voices. 
4to. [4463 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417599; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Office for the Holy Communion ; set 
to music by Samuel Jessop [of 
U. S.] ; in D. 4to. (Church music 
review, no. 464) [4464 

© Apr. 1, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1918; 
E 422755; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

words from church service, music 

by C. H. Kitson [of England] ; or- 
gan, mixed voices, in E flat. 4to. 
(Choral album no. 1280) [4465 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 420387 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Officers' (The) ball; valsette, by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 
342, no. 3 ; piano. Boston. Evans 
music co. (In peace and war, no. 3) 

[4466 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 41S6S0; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Ogre. See Fairy tale. 

Ok ! America ; words by T. Alexan- 
der, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4467 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1918; E 419090; 
Theodora Alexander, Chester, Va. 

Oh, beautiful star ; words and music 

by A. Scato [of U. S.] [4468 

© Oct. 9, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1918 ; 

P: 424052 ; Antonio Scato, New York. 

Oh boy, I'm goin' back to Illinois ; 
words and music by C. F. Harrison 
[of Canada] arr. by Elmer Harley 
[of U. S.] [4469 

© 1 c. Apr. 4. 1918; E 422804; 
Chas. F. Harrison & co., Vancouver, 
B. C. 

Oh, boys, enlist with Wilson ; words 

by H. F. Endsley, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4470 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 4174G6 ; 

Horace F. Endsley, Texarkana, Tex, 



Oh girl back home ; words and music 
by E. G. Kay [of U. S.] [4471 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 191S ; E 422652; 
Emily Grace Kay, St. Paul. 

Oh ! Harry ! Harry ! words and music 
bv Nat. Vincent and Lew Pollock 
[of U. S.j [4472 

© Mar. 9, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 417614; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Oh ! I love the name of Kelly ; 
words by K. B. O'Rourke, music by 
L. A. Kerwin [of U. S.] [4473 

© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1918; E 422386; 
Lewis A. Kerwin and Kate Beirne 
O'Rourke, Los Angeles. 

Oh ! it's cold, cold, cold, everywhere 
I go; words by E. L. Van Gelder, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [4474 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918 ; E 417464 ; E. 
Lucille Van Gelder, Lima, N. Y. 

Oh lady ! lady ; from Oh lady ! lady, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music 
by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [4475 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1918; E 418916; T. B. Harms co. T 
New York. 

selection from the musical com- 

edv, bv Jerome Kern [of U. S.] arr. 
by* Chas. Miller. [4476 

© Mar. 15. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 418979; T. B. Harms co., 
New York. 

Oh Lord who reigns supreme ; words 
by A. E. Ashley, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [4477 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 4.18560; 
Mrs. Alva E. Ashley, So. Sutton, 
N. H. 

Oh, Molly dear I love you ; words by 
M. C. Zimmerman, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [447S 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419168; 
Marv C. Zimmerman, Townsend, 
Wash. 

Oh ! my darling. Sec Land of joy. 
Oh Peter co ring-a dem bells ; negro 
spiritual, arr. by H. T. Burleigh [of 
U. S.] 1. In F. 2. In A flat. 

[4479, 4480 

© Apr. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. each Apr. 4, 

1918; E 422811, 422812; G. Ricordi 

& co., inc., New York. 

Oh, say how does it look to you ; 

words by C. A. Markley, melody by 

Arthur Fisk [of U. S.] [4481 

© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1918; E 417947; 

Charles A. Markley, San Francisco. 



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Oh, ye Sammie boys — it's up to you ; 

words and music bv I. P. Patch [of 

U. S.] [4482 

© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; E 422787 ; I. P. 

Patch, Altoona, Pa. 

Oh you Kaiser you'll get wiser; 
words and music by F. W. Bourgoin 
[of U. S.] arr. by Charleta Bourgoin 
Todd [of U. S.] [4483 

■© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418595; 
Francis W. Bourgoin, St. Louis. 

Oh ! you la la ; words by Lew Brown, 
music by Harry Tush of U. S.] 

[4484 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1918; E 418921; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

Oiseau (L') rare; operette en 3 actes 
et 5 tableaux livret et partition, par- 
oles de J. Cazol, musique de W. Nau- 
din [of France] [4485 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1918; D 19823; 
Jack Cazol and W. Naudin, Paris. 

Oklahoma land ; words and music by 
H. S. Coleman [of U. S.] [4486 

© Feb. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1918 ; 
E 418804; Harry Samuel Coleman, 
Geary, Okl. [Copyright is claimed 
on song poem] 

Old black Joe; words and music by 
Stephen C. Foster, arr. by J. Rem- 
ington [of U. S.] ; chorus mixed 
voices. (Laurel octavo no. 38) 

[4487 
© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 418889 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Old (The) contemptibles ; march, by 
Teresa Coward [of England] ; piano. 

[4488 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 

E 420351 ; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Old Glory; words by B. E. Roberts, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [4489 

© Mar. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918 ; E 422731 ; Bessie Eli Roberts, 
Wapanucka, Okl. 

words by Eunice Campbell, music 

by Chas. L. Johnson [of U. S.] 

[4490 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1918; E 422145; 

Eunice Shannon, Kansas City, Kans. 

words by L. H. Ward, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [4491 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418562; 
L. H. Ward, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Old glory means victory; words and 
music by G. H. Bross [of U. S.] 

[4492 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418862; 

Grace Harriet Bross, Irvington, N. J. 

O'Leary; words by Alfred H. Brown, 
music by A. L. Stewart [of U. S.] 

[4493 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1918; E 422607; 
A. Lambert Stewart, New York. 

Ombra di baci ; versi di Marco Vincio, 
musica di Mario Manni [of Italy] ; 
mandolino ace. [4494 

© Nov. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1918 ; 
E 417716 ; Italian book co. inc., New 
York. 

On a hill-side (Sur la colline) ; by 
William J. Fenney [of England] op. 
13, no. 3; piano. (Chester series, no. 
34 : Three pieces for pianoforte solo, 
no. 3.) [4495 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420428; J. & W. Chester, 
London. 

On a lightless night with you; 
words by Will D. Cobb, music by 
Gus Edwards [of U. S.] [4496 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417631; Song review co., New 
York. 

On dress parade; march grotesque, 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] 
op. 342, no. 4 ; piano. Boston, Evans 
music co. (In peace and war, no. 
4) [4497 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418679; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

On Galvez Bay; words by C. Sacht- 

leben, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [4498 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417475; 

Chas. Sachtleben, Dallas. 

On lovers' stream; words by A. A. 
Sansbury, music by C. B. Mays [of 
U. S.] [4499 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1918; E 422,678; Clara B. Mays & 
Augustina Sansbury, Jeffersonville, 
Ind. 

On our way ; words by H. Jacobson, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, North American music pub. 
co. [4500 

© Mar. 15. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 22, 
1918; E 422728; Herman Jacobson, 
Minneapolis. 



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4520 



On our way, we're going somewhere; 
words by Cordelia Brooks Feimo, 
music by Francis Ames [of U. S.] 

[4501 
© Apr. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1918 ; 
E 419602 ; C. C. Birchard & CO., Bos- 
ton. 
On the banks of the old Swanee ; 
words by C. E. Henderson, music bv 
E. S. S." Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4502 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419353; 

Ghas. E. Henderson, Salt Lake City. 

On the battlefield the soldier lay 

a sleeping ; words by I. Dugger, 

music by Edward Wunderlich [of 

U. S.] New York, Fairchild music 

co. [4503 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 2 c. Sept. 27, 

1917; E 418892; Ida Dugger. Scott- 

ville, 111. 

On the farm my daddy owns ; words 

and melody by W. E. Silsby [of 

U. S.] [4504 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 418887; 

Wilson Eugene Silsby, Los Angeles. 

On the hills ; words and music by 
E. L. Walker [of U. S.] [4505 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918; E 417605; 
Edwin L. Walker, New York. 

On the hilltops ; words by Edna D. 
Vincent Millay, music by Lillian An- 
dros [of U. S.] [4506 

© Mar. 22, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 422753; Lloyd pub. co., 
Minneapolis. 

On the river Nile ; from Flo-Flo, 
words by Geo. Edwards and Harry 
L. Cort, music by Silvio Hein [of 
U. S.] [4507 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417607; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

On the sands at Tai-o-hae ; arr. by 

Albert Kendall, words and music by 

W. E. Silsby [of U. S.] [4508 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1918; E 418994; 

Wilson Eugene Silsby, Los Angeles. 

On the U. S. side; words by A. J. 
Cassidv, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [4509 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 418926; 
Allan J. Cassidy, Philadelphia. 

On to victory ; a descriptive martial 
song, words and music by J. C. Zou- 
boulakis [of U. S.] [4510 

© Mar. 1, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 419074; John Constantin 
Zouboulakis, Chicago. 



On to victory — Continued. 

or, Americans all, words and mu- 
sic by J. M. Rose [of U. S.] [4511 
© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23. 
1918; E 417593; Jessie Mead Rose, 
Chicago. 

Once more the twilight glow ; even- 
ing anthem, words by Shirley Dean 
Nevin, music by George B. Nevin [of 
L T . S.] ; mixed voices, piano or organ 
ace. 4to. [4512 

© Jan. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918; E 422468; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

One day in June; fox-trot, by Llan- 
ley, played by Donald Makay and 
Harry De Costa [of U. S.] ; in E 
flat. (Rythmodik record music roll, 
X100903) [4513 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419554; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

One from three leaves two ; lyric by 

Phil Ponce, music by Earnest Golden 

[of U. S.] [4514 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417334; 

William Rock, New York. 

One lip Tillie ; words and melody by 
Abner Silver [of U. S.] [4515 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918; E 417582; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

One real hot time ; words and music 

by C. R. Jones [of U. S.] [4516 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1918; E 422016; Clarence Robert 

Jones, Albany. 

One sweetly solemn thought ; words 
by Phoebe Cary, music by R. S. Am- 
brose, arr. by Chas. H. Gabriel [of 
U. S.] [451? 

© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11. 
1918; E 422366; Homer A. Rode* 
heaver, Chicago. 

Only a picture of her boy ; words by 

Mrs. J. A. Clukies, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4518 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1918; E 419344; 

Mrs. J. A. Clukies, St. Louis. 

Only one girl ; words by C. E. Young, 
music by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] 

[4^9 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418760; 
C. E. Young, Pittsburgh. 
Onward America; w T ords and music 
by B. W. Knott [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4520 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 417646: 
Bessie Walker Knott, Grand Baoid* 
Mich. 



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Onward, heae the trumpet's call ; 
choral march, words by It. R. Hall, 
music by F. A. Challinor [of Eng- 
land] ; junior and adult choirs. 4to. 
(Choral album no. 1282) [4521 

© Feb. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 420389; Bayley & Fergu- 
son, Glasgow. 

Onward Pershing forward ; words by 
William H. Forbes, music by F. Ker- 
dyk [of Holland domiciled at Glov- 
ersville, N. Y.] [4522 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1918; E 417768; 
Frank Kerdyk, Gloversville, N. Y. 

Onward to victory ; American mili- 
tary march song, words and music 
by E. H. Pendleton [of U. S.] 1. 
Male voices. 4to. 2. Piano and 
voice. Cincinnati, Willis music co. 
[4523, 4524 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. each Apr. 4, 
1918; E 419624, 419625; Elliott H. 
Pendleton, Cincinnati. 

Open thy blue eyes. See Langey 
(Otto) Three French songs. 

Opera (The) ball (Bal de la opera) ; 
by G. Holcombe [of U .S.] ; piano. 

[4525 
© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1918 ; E 417779 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 
Sedalia, Mo. 

Oracolo (L') (Tpie oracle) ; suite, by 
Franco Leoni [of XL S.] ; orch. 

[4526 
© Apr. 1. 1918; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1918; 
E 419322; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

piano. [4527 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 417611 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Oregon roses ; words by L. E. Sher- 

win, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [4528 

© 1 c. April 3, 1918; E 419329; 

Lucy E. Sherwin, Aurora, Or. 

Oriental melody. See Levine (Isaac) 
Twenty-four miniatures for the 
piano-forte. 

Oriental nights ; by Friedland, 
played by Mabel Wayne [of U. S.] ; 
in D. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G100722) [4529 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918 ; E 419535 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 



Orientate; by N. Amani, transcribed 
by Mischa Elman [of Russia, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; violin and 
piano. (Concert transcriptions no. 2) 

[4530 
© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422228; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Our ambulance girl in France; 
words by Z. H. Dermitt, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4531 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418775; 
Z. H. Dermitt, Fox Park, Wy. 

Our ancestors ; from Sinbad, words 
by Harold Atteridge, music by Sig- 
mund Romberg [of U. S.] [4532 

© Feb. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417578; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Our banner; words ny E. E. Halm, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [4533 

© Feb. 1, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 417376 ; Emma Ethel Halm, 
Tunkhannock, Pa. 

Our blessed country; words rnd 
melody by L. Feingold [of U. S.l 

[4534 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418593; 
Lipa Feingold, Edgewater, Col. 

Our bonny boys in blue; words and 
music by S. Penrod [of U. S.] Se- 
dalia, Mo., A. W. Perry's sons. 

[4535 
© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 418618; Sabina Penrod, Dun- 
ning, Neb. 

Our boys ; patriotic song, words by 
Alice M. Ditson, music by H. R. 
Humphries [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 
4to. [4536 

© Feb. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418747; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Our boys departure ; words by Ger- 
trude Littledale Roberts, music by 
Hattie Carter Renner [of U. S.] arr. 
by Kinsel Pearce [of U. S.] [4537 
© Feb. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418554; Renn.er and Roberts, 
Cleveland. 

Our boys in buff; words and music 
by G. A. Glenn [of U. S.] [4538 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E 418521; 
Geo. A. Glenn, Hatboro, Pa. 



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4557 



Our boys in khaki ; words and music 
by S. M. Clark [of U. S.] [4539 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918; E 419641; 
Saidee Mae Clark, Portsmouth, O. 

words bv C. Vedner, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [4540 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1918; E 419170; 
Clara Vedner, Waupaca, Wis. 

Ouk boys of Uncle Sam ; march song, 
words and music by M. B. Rock [of 
U. S.] N. Y., Mibrook music pub. 

[4541 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 422738; Michael B. Rock, New 
York. 

i )ue boys of U. S. A. ; words by J. R. 
Berry, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American mu- 
sic pub. co. [4542 
© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419455 ; J. R. Berry, Cleveland. 

OUR BROTHERS 'CROSS THE SEA ; WOl'dS 

bv William De Paul, music by Nod- 
rog Rednuht [of U. S.] [4543 

© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
191S; E 417728; William De Paul, 
Philadelphia. 

Our country ; words and music by 

G. W. Marton [of U. S.] [4544 

© Feb. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1918 ; 

E 417005; George W. Marton, 

Bloomington, 111. 

Our country first of all; words by 
Percy Edgar, music by Ed. Cuth- 
bertson [of England] [4545 

© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 420353; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

Our country, the soldier boy and 

you ; words by Mary Lintz, music 

by K. R. McCoy [of U. S.] [4546 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E. 422568 

Katharine R. McCoy, Kenton. 

Our country's call in democracy; 
words and music by H. Jackson [of 
U. 8.] arr. by Max Rosen [of U. S.] 

4547 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 417555; 
Howard Jackson, Pittsburgh. 

Our country's flag; words by 
Gertrude Littledale Roberts, music 
by Hattie Carter Renner [of U. S.I 
arr. by Kinsel Pearce [of U. S.] 

[4548 
© Feb. 22, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 4, 
1918; E 418553; Renner & Roberts, 
Cleveland. 



Our cry to Jesus. See Story of the 
cross. 

Our dear old flag is calling; words 
by Harriet Williams Barton, music 
by Arthur Hull Rigor da Eva [of 
U. S.] [4549 

© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 422668; A. H. Rigor da 
Eva, Brookline, Mass. 

Our defenders ; march, by R. F. 

Seitz [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [4550 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 

E 418576; Roland F. Seitz, Glen 

Rock, Pa. 

Our fighting heroes ; march and two 
step, by G. Barker [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Peabody, Mass. Three Star 
pub. co. [4551 

i© Feb. 28, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918; E 419020; George Barker, 
Peabody, Mass. 

Our flag; words and music by P. H. 
Walmsley [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
4to. [4552 

© Feb. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418835; Peter H. Walmsley, 
Brooklyn. 

Our God is marching on ; words by 
Julia Ward Howe, music by Wilfrid 
Sanderson [of Great Britain] ; in B 
flat. [4553 

© Feb. 11, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1918 ; E 420432 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Our heroes at home; words by E. S. 
Moyer, music by Rita Irwin [of 
Canada] Winnipeg, Whaley, Royce 
& co. [4554 

© Feb. 25, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 420287; E. S. Moyer, Dur- 
ham, Canada. 

Our heroes over there; words by 

Edith J. Perry, music by R. E. 

Smith [of U. S.] [4555 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1918; E 422608; 

^ose E. Smith, Upper Alton, 111. 

Our international doctor Uncle 

Sam ; words and music by L. C. 

Groff [of U. S.] [4556 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1918; E 422291; 

Leslie Clarence Groff, Chicago. 

Our khaki kid; words by F. Hunter, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] 4557 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417484; 
Frank Hunter, St. Louis. 



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Our little nest ; from Oh ! lady, lady, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music by 
Jerome Kern [of U. S.] [4558 

© Mar. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 
E 422321; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

Our little paradise ; new farce with 
music, words by J. E. Hasty and M. 
L. Roberts, music by M. L. Roberts 
[of U. S.] [4559 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1918; D 19835; 
John Eugene Hasty and Milton 
Louis Roberts, San Diego, Cal. 

Our magic flag ; words by L. Hill, mu- 
sic by R. A. Brown [of U. S.] Spo- 
kan, Wash., American music co. 

[4560 

© Jan. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1918 ; 

E 422008 ; Lucy Hill, Dayton, Wash. 

Our Passover; an Easter cantata, by 
F. W. Herzberger. 8 p. 8vo. [4561 
© Feb. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
21, 1918 ; A 481913 ; F. W. Herzber- 
ger, St. Louis. 

Our pledge to U. S. A. ; words by 
Luke S. Murdock, music by M. H. 
Greulich [of U. S.] [4562 

© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422583; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Our risen Saviour ; [Easter choir can- 
tata], by E. L. Ashford, arr. by A. C. 
Buschle [of U. S.] ; orch. pts. 4to. 

[4563 
© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418528; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Our Sammies ; march two-step or one 
step, by Carl D. Vandersloot, arr. 
by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; full 
band. 4to. [4564 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418589 ; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Our soldier boys ; words by C. Dew- 
ing, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4565 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918; E 418783; 
Chapin Dewing, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Our soldier boys who are far 
away ; words by C. H. Mathis, music 
bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[4566 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417485; 
C. H. Mathis, Herrin, 111. 



Our starry flag ; march and two-step, 
by R. J. Schofield. 1. Arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 2. 
Piano. [4567, 4568 

1. © Mar. 20, 1918 ; 2. © Feb. 27, 
1918; 2 c. Apr. 9, 1918; E 424003. 
424008; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Our Uncle Sam has called; words 

by V. L. Shannon, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of IT. S.] [4569 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417488; 

Vera L. Shannon, Watts, Okl. 

Our Yankee Doodle way; words and 
music by W. G. Wilmarth [of U. S.] 

[4570 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1918; E 424055; 
Walter G. Wilmarth, Washington, 
D. C. 

Out amang the heather; words by 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
William Lester [of U. S.] op. 71, 
no. 2 ; high voice in E flat. [4571 
© Dec. 31. 1917; 2 e, Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422191; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Out of the dust and the darkness. 
See Six Easter carols. 

Over here ; waltz ballad, words by 
Frank Thompson, music by Mary 
Augusta Maillian [of U. S.] [4572 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; E 417945 ; Au- 
gusta Maillian and Frank Thomp- 
son, Oklahoma City, Okl. 

words and music by C. McM. Wal- 
lace [of U. S.] [4573 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 422556; 
Corinne McMillan Wallace, San 
Francisco. 

words and music by O. T. Gal- 
loway (Tanny Galloway), arr. by 
James F. Topping [of U. S.] [4574 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 422807; 
Oscar Turner Galloway, Houston, 
Tex. 

Over in hero-land; words by Arthur 
Freed, music by Louis Silvers [of 
U. S.] [4575 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418752 ; Meyer Cohen music pub. 
co., New York. 

Over seas ; words by Miss M. E. Pur- 
dy, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [4576 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417478; 
Miss M. E. Purdy, White Plains,, 
N. Y. 



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4596 



Over the hills and fab away ; chil- 
dren's ma reh, by P. A. Grainger [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [4577 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 420328; 
Percy Aldridge Grainger, New York. 

Over the Rhine; words by Jack Yel- 
len, music bv Albert Gumble [of 
U. S.] [457S 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418726; Jerome H. Reniick & CO., 
New York. 

Over the top ; military march, by Ju- 
lius Fucik [of U. S.] op. 68; piano. 

[4579 
© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. '29, 
191S; E 419157; Willis music CO., 
Cincinnati. 

words and music by F. S. Copp 

[of U. S.] [4580 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1918; E 417008; 
Frances Stafford Copp, Croswell, 
Mich. 

words and music by L. Kness [of 

U. S.] [4581 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 417737; 
Leo Kness, Oakland, Cal. 

Over the top boys, come on ; words 
by Marvin D. Cook, music by J. H. 
Van Veghten [of U. S.] [4582 

© 1 c. Mar. 18 1918; E 417815: 
Jennie H. Van Veghten, Mechanic- 
vine, N. Y. 

Over the top for Jesus ; words and 
music by J. V. Reid [of U. S.] 

[4583 
© Jan. 29 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11 
1918; E 422336; James V. Reid, 
Oakland City, Ind. 

Over the top for me ; words by Her- 
bert J. Bryce, music by W. G. Jones 
[of U. S.] [4584 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 
E 418603; Walter Gordon Jones, 
New Hartford, la. 

Over the top with your Uncle Sam ; 
words and music by E. J. Stoltz [of 
U. S.] San Francisco, Harry Grobe. 

[4585 
© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 4.1S756; Eugene J. Stoltz, San 
Francisco. 

Owed to beans ; words by W x alter Car- 
ruth, music by W. W. Carruth [of 
U. S.] Oakland, Cal., Sierra music 
pub. co. [4586 

© Feb. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418729; William Walter Carruth, 
Oakland. Cal. 



Pacifist (The) ; patriotic song, words 
and music by J. B. McPhail [of 
U. S.] [4587 

© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1918; E 422019; John B. McPhail, 
Pueblo, Col. 

Padriac asthore ; words by Owen 

Clarke, music by Ellsworth Swan 

Phelps [of U. S.] [4588 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1918; E 419638; 

Roger Mulroy, New York. 

Palermitana ; polka, by Francesco Di 
Leo [of Italy domiciled at Pitts- 
burgh] ; 1st and 2nd mand. and guit. 

[4589 
© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422613; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Palestiner march ; by Wolf N. Kosta- 

kowsky [of U. S.] ; piano. [4590 

© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 

1918; E 417889; Sam Bederson, 

Brooklyn. 

Parting (The) kiss from your sweet- 
heart PUTS THE GOOD IN GOOD-BYE ; 

words by Howard Johnson and 
Artie Mehlinger, melody by Geo. W. 
Meyer [of U. S.] [4591 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 417753; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Pas assez moutarde ; danse, de Har- 
old De Bozi et Ch. Courtioux [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [4592 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28 1918 ; 
E 420293 ; Jules Raux, Paris. 

Pass the word along; we'll be there, 
words and music by David Stevens 
[of U. S.] [4593 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418891 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Pastorale; by A. Giorni [of Italy 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. 

[4594 
© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1918; E 417576; 
Aurelio Giorni, New York. 

Patriot (The) ; words by J. C. Steuer, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4595 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1918; E 417840; 

J. C. Steuer, Alameda, Cal. 

— — (Le patriote) ; words and music 
by G. Acres [of XL S.] Chicago, Na- 
tional music co. [4596 
© Nov. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418796 ; George Acres, Chicago. 



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Patrol of the Red, White and Blue ; 
intro : The British grenadiers, The 
Marseillaise, and The Red, White 
and Blue, by T. H. Rollinson [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [4597 

© Feb. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 
E 422005 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Patrol of the wood-nymphs ; mor- 

ceau de salon, composed and arr. by 

H. A. Hall [of U. S.] ; piano. [4598 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1918; E 418517; 

H. A. Hall, New York. 

Pawtucket march; by Everett J. 
Evans [of U. S.] arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [4599 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418703 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phila- 
delphia. 

Payse (La) a Jean; paroles et mu- 

sique de Paul Dupin [of France] ; 

avec ace. de violon et piano. [4600 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 

E 420314; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Peace; words and music by J. J. Mc- 
Donald [of U. S.] [4601 
.© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 417675; John J. McDonald, Co- 
lumbus, O. 

Peace-hymn of the republic; words 

by Henry Van Dyke, music by B. W. 

Knott [of U. S.] [4602 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 417643; 

Bessie Walker Knott, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 
Peaceful (A) brooklet; by Carl Wil- 

helm Kern [of U. S.] op. 342, no. 2 ; 

piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

(In peace and war, no. 2) [4603 

© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 

E 418682 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Peaceful tomorrow ; words by W. F. 
Hood, music by Eugene Lundgren 
[of U. S.] [4604 

© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 422795; Winona Foreman Hood, 
Chicago. 
Peach blossoms ; melody, by Roy Rob- 
erts [of U. S.] ed. and fingered by 
M. Greenwald ; piano. [4605 

© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1918 ; 
E 419267; Century music pub. co., 
New York. 
Pedals (The) of the pianoforte; by 
Eleanor Brigham [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[4606 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 418895; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



Pep, all pep; by R. E. Schaeffer [of 

U. S.] voice and piano ace. [without 

words] [4607 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1918; E 422095; 

Russell E. Schaeffer, Cleveland. 

Perfect (A) day; by Carrie Jacobs 
Bond, arr. and transcribed by Zarh 
Myron Bickford [of U. S.] 1. Song 
with ukulele ace. — 2. Guitar solo, 
op. 56. [4608, 4609 

© Nov. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1918 ; 
E 419212, 419216 ; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and transcription] 

by Carrie Jacobs-Bond, tran- 
scribed by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 
six saxophones with organ or piano 
ace. 4to. [4610 
© Feb. 13, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1918; E 422207; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

words and music by Carrie 

Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Zarh Myron 
Bickford [of U. S.] ; banjo ace. 

[4611 
© Jan. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 422277; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment for voice with banjo ace] 

Perfect ( The ) melody ; by Geoffrey 
O'Hara, arr. by Tom Clark [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [4612 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417669; Chappell & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Perfield (Effa Ellis) constructive 
music book ; Chicago, 111., Effa Ellis 
Perfield music school, 1918. 76 p. 
and pages for memoranda, fol. 

[4613 
© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
12, 1918; A 494210; Effa Ellis Per- 
field, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new material] 

Perplext no more. See Songs of 
Omar. 

Persian song; from The divan, words 
by Hafiz, music by Mana Zucca [of 
U. S.] op. 30; medium, F minor. 

[4614 
© Feb. 16, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422034; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



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do. 4, 1918 



4633 



Petit (Le) papillon (The wee butter- 
fly ) ; poem by S. L. Debalta, English 
version by Theo. Baker, music by 
Mana Zucca [of U. S.] op. 25; sop. 

[4G15 
© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 41S612; G. Schirmer inc., New 
York. 

Petite mazurka ; by W. Sapellnikoff, 
op. 2, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. [4616 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28. 
191S; E 422203; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Peuples libkes chantez ; by C. Grel- 

inger [of France] ; piano. [4617 

© Feb. 7. 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 

E 420302; Charles Grelinger, Paris. 

Phul-Nana; flower dance, by Val 
Cheyne [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[4618 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
191S : E 420319 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
ltd., London. 

Piccadilly, London, West; from 
Pamela, words by Arthur Wim- 
peris, music by Frederic Norton [of 
England] [4619 

© Jan. 3, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 420380; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Piccolo pic ; humoresque, by Walter 
L. Slater, arr. by M. L. Lake [of 
U. S.] ; military band. 4to. [4620 
© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 9, 
1918; E 424004; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

PICTURE I WANT TO SEE. See MiSS 

1917. 

Piece ; de Marcelle Soulage [of 
France] ; deux harpes a pedales. 

[4621 
© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 420304; Rouart, Lerolle & 
cie, Paris. 

Piece (A) of paper; words and music 
by Jules Smith [of U. S.] [4622 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422074; 
Julius Schmidt, New York. 

Pieces for the bairns ; by Dorothy 
Howell [of Great Britain] ; piano, 
no. 1-4. [4623 

© Feb. 4, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1918 ; E 420412 ; Anglo-French music 
co. ltd. London. 



Piedigrotta 1916, anno 16; la can- 
zone napolitana. Napoli, G. Santo- 
j a nni [1916] various paging, music, 
fol. [4624 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1918 ; 
A— Foreign 15128; G. Santojanni, 
Naples. 

1917, anno 16 ; la canzone napoli- 
tana. Napoli, G. SaDtojaDDi [1917] 
various paging, music, fol. [4625 
© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1918; A— Foreign 15129; G. Santo- 
janni, Naples. 

Piedigrotta Gennarelli 1917. Napoli, 
E. Gennarelli & c, 1917. 52 p. 
illus., ports., music, fol. [4626 

© Sept. 1, 1917; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1918; A— Foreign 15160; Italian 
book co., New York. 

Ping-SIn ; drame lyrique en deux 
actes, paroles de Louis Gallet, 
musique de H. Marechal [of 
France] ; chant et piano. 4to. [4627 
© Feb. 7, 1918; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 420289; Choudens, Paris. 

Pipe dream blues ; words by 
Marguerite Kendall, music by 
Spencer Williams and J. Russell 
Robinson [of U. S.] [4628 

© I c. Mar. 5, 1918; E 417587; 
Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 

Poeme de mai; by Heniot Levy [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [4629 

© Aug. -17. 1917; 2 c. Mar. 30, 

1918; E 419221; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Poeme heroique; by Mana Zucca [of 

U. S.] op. 37; piano. [4630 

© Mar. 26, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 29, 

1918; E 422604; Boston music co., 

Boston. 

Poet's (The) drea-.i ; waltz song, 
words by E. S. Phelps, music by 
Louis Entin [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice. [4631 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918 ; 
E 418817; Louis Entin, New York. 

Pointe (La) march; by F. C. Wight 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [4632 

© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1918; E 422028; Jean M. Missud, 

Salem, Mass. 

Polka kawalerska ; ulozyl na forte- 
pian ze spiewem E. Krotochwil [of 
U. S.] [4633 

© Mar. 5, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1918; 
E 418851 ; Edward Krotochwil, Chi- 
cago. 



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4634 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Polka Louise; by F. W. Beall [of 
U. S.], arr. by Alfred H. Hyatt; 
cornet in B flat and piano ace. 

[4634 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418857; 
F. W. Beall, New York. 

Polka mazurka ; by Arnold Carlo [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [4635 

© 1 c. Mar. 23. 1918; E 419061; 
Albert A. Lowenstein, New York. 

Polka populaire ; by F. W. Beall [of 
U. S.], arr. by Alfred H. Hyatt; cor- 
net in B flat with piano ace. [4636 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1918; E 418860; 
F. W. Beall, Richmond Hill, N. J. 

Polly, pretty Polly ; Polly with a 
past, from Cohan revue 1918, words 
by Geo. M. Cohan, music by Irving 
Berlin [of U. S.] [4637 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6. 1918 ; 
E 418708; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Poor old Bill; words and music by 

Seneca G. Lewis [of U. S.] [4638 

© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 

E 418725 ; Jerome H. Kemick & co., 

New York. 

Povere ghelle ; versi e musica di S. 
Cataldo [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; canto e mandolino. [4639 
© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1918 ; 
E 418673; Salvatore Cataldo, New 
York. 

Povira Rosa; versi di Giovanni de 
Rosalia, musica di Conrad Pavone 
[of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn] ; 
canto e mandolino. 4to. ^ [4640 
© Feb. 15, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1918; E 422099; Italian book co., 
inc., New York. 

Prayer at eventide ; hymn anthem, 
words by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by Walter Howe Jones [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Choir 
music ed. no. 77) [4641 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422286; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Prayer ( A ) for victory ; words by 
J. S. Hobson [of U. S.], music by 
J. B. Dykes. [4642 

© Mar. 2, 1918 ; 2, c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418791 ; John S. Hobson, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on verses 
only] 



Premier (The) ; march, by M. A. 
Althouse [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[4643 
© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918, 
1 c. Apr. 1, 1918; E 422736; Penn 
music pub. co., Reading, Pa. 

Prepare to meet thy God; words by 
Johnson Oatman, jr., music by W. H. 
Adams [of U. S.] [4644 

© Feb. 25. 1918; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1918; E 418670; William Hamilton 
Adams, Punxsutawney, Pa. 

Pretty baby doll from Paree ; duet 
from musical play, Fancy free, lyrics 
and music by Augustus Barratt [of 
U. S.] [4645 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2. c. Feb. 23, 
1918: E 422081; G. Schirmer inc., 
New York. 

Pride of the regiment; mazurka, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 88, 
no. 3 ; piano. Boston, Evans music 
co. (In soldierland, no. 3.) [4646 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418678; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Priere du petit garcon fusille; 
poeme de Albert Thierry, musique de 
Gabriel Grovlez [of France] 

[4647 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420307; Society anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Primary Easter songs, no. 1 ; [by 
Arthur Wilton and others, of U. S.] 
8vo. [4648 

© Feb. 18, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
6, 1918; A 493347; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Prince. See Fairy tale. 
Princess. See Fairy tale. 

Progress march ; by W. B. Parkinson, 
[of U. S.] ; piano ace. to band pts. 
4to. (Parkinson's system of class 
instruction for all instruments) 

[4649 
© Mar. 13, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918 ; E 417881 ; William Bliss Park- 
inson, Le Mars, la. 

Progressive series exercises, no. 1- 
15 ; five finger exercises, selected and 
ed. by Leopold Godowsky [of U. S.] 

[4650 
© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
aff. Mar. 11, 1918; A 495067; Art 
publ. soc, St. Louis. 



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4666 



Pull together; words by F. Chatter- 
ton Hennequin, music by Phyllis 
Norman Parker [of England] ; in E 
minor. [4651 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1918; E 420377; Keith, Prowse & co. 
ltd.. London. 

Pumpurelis ; operete, Zodziai P. B. 
Sernfino. muzika, A. S. Pociaus [of 
U. S.] 8vo. Chicago, 111., Draugas 
pub. co. [4652 

© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 422056 ; F. B. Serafino, Chi- 
cago. 

Put down sand and get out of town ; 
words; and music by G. Nickels [of 
U. S.] [4653 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 419070; George Nickels, 
Trenton, N. J. 

Quaker maid ; words by N. Fleeson 
and C. W. Bostock, melody by N. 
Fleeson [of U. S.] [4654 

© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1918; E 419177; 
Neville Fleeson and Claude W. Bos- 
tock, New York. 

Queen of Sheba. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Question (The) ; by Frederick Albert 
Hoschke, played by the composer [of 
U. S.] (Rythmodik record music 
roll, F 19002) [4655 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419561 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

See also Story of the cross. 

Ragamuffin ; by John Nicholson Ire- 
land [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(London pieces no. 2) [4656 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1918; E 420420; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Ragging the jazz ; by M. D. Noggle 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [4657 

© Mar. 12, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 15, 

1918; E 417757; Millard D. Noggle, 

Omaha, Neb. 

Rain in summer; words by Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow, music by 
Cecil Burleigh [of U. S.] op 33, no. 7. 

[4658 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422199; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



Rain song ; by Will Marion Cook, 
played by Eubie Blake [of U. S.] 
(Rvthmodik record music rolls 
J19124) [4659 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419543 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Rainbow (The) division; words and 
music by A. C. Russell [of U. S.] 

[4660 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1918; E 424050; 
Annie Christian Russell, Alexander 
City, Ala. y 

Rambler Rose; selections, by Jacobi, 
played by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
P18807) Contents : 1. Dream, dream. 
2. Gypsy song. 3. Rambler rose. 

[4661 
© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419568; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

See also Rambler rose. 

Rat (The) charmer's song; from 
The rat charmer of Hamelin, by 
Neuendorff, played by Howard 
Brockway [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music roll, J18755) [4662 

© Nov. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419526 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Real (A) live American man ; words 
by Chas. H. Randolph, music by 
John Menown [of U. S.] arr. by 
Boyd R. Bunch. St. Louis, Syndi- 
cate music co. [4663 
© Feb. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422343; Chas. H. Randolph 
and John Menown, St. Louis. 

Reconciliation ; by R. A. Smothers 
[of IT. S.] ; piano. [4664 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1918; E 422339; 
R. A. Smothers, Somersville, O. 

Recrootin' ; from Good-bye Bill, words 
by Richard Fechheimer, music by 
W. B. Kernell [of U. S.] [4665 

© Mar. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 417672; Chapped & co. ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Red (The) cross band; words by Mrs. 

J. E. Springer, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of TJ. S.] [4666 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918; E 417476; 

Mrs. John E. Springer, Norfolk, Va. 



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Red Sarafan ; Russian folk song, 
trans, by Vahdah Olcott Bickford 
["of U. S.] op. 59; gmt. [4667 

© Feb. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 9. 1918 ; 
E 424015; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

(Der rote Sarafan) ; introd. and 

variations on a Russian theme by 
Ferdinand David, op. 6, ed. by Theo- 
dore Spier ing [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. (Music library, no. 808) 

[4668 
© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422224; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
ited version] 

Red (The), White and Blue; tells 
my tale of love for you, words and 
music by C. Melville [of Canada] 

[4669 
© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 420331 ; Claude Melville, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Redemption of Alsace - Lorraine ; 
march song, words and music by J. 
Kiefer [of U. S.] arr. by Rudolph 
Thaler [of U. S.] ; piano with text. 

[4670 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 417787; 
Joseph Kiefer, Philadelphia. 

Reflections ; by Jean Au garde [of 
England] ; piano. Contents : — A tale 
of long ago. — A sailor's yarn. — At 
eventide. — Song of a hero. — Happy 
school days. [4671 

© Feb. 1, 1918 : 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 420358 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., Birk- 
enhead, England. 

Regatta ( The ) minuet ; by Alfred 
Moffat [of Great Britain] ; violin 
with piano ace. (Twelve 18th cen- 
tury English violin pieces, no. 11) 

[4672 
© Jan. 22, 1918; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 420366; .Scnott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Regina coeli; three-part song, words 
from Scripture, music by O. Deis [of 
U. S.] ; chorus of equal voices. 4to. 

[4673 
© Feb. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418790 ; Oscar Deis, Chicago. 

Rejoice ! rejoice ! Christ is risen ; 
Easter anthem, words by Robert 
MacDonald, music by 11. Spaulding 
Stoughton [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [4674 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1918 ; 
E 422002 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Remember the nurse ; words and mu- 
sic by J. W. Borradaile [of U. S.] 
arr. by Rupert Thaler [of U. S.] 

[4675 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1918; E 422077; 
John W. Borradaile, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Reminiscences [and] The merry 
peasant. See Schumann (R. A.) 

Rest ; words and music by Roeanna A. 
Smothers [of U. S.] [4676 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1918; E 422751; 
R. A. Smothers, Somersville, O. 

Reveil (Le) a musique; di Enrico Ro- 
mano [of Italy] ; piano. [4677 
© Mar. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 420337 ; G. Ricordi & Co., Milan. 

Reverie; Bridal veil Falls, by W. D. 
Armstrong [of U. S.] ; pianoforte. 
(Western sketches, no. 15130) 

[4678 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1918 ; 
E 418652; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

by Gladys Parvis [of U. S.] ; vio- 
lin and piano. [4679 
© Feb. 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 417577 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

by Herman Spielter [of U. S.] 

piano. (In Musical courier, v. 
LXXVI, no. 13) [4680 

© Mar. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; 
E 422786; Musical courier co., New 
York. 

by Schiitt, op. 34, no. 5, played 

by Frederick A. Hoschke [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music roll, 
J19034) [4681 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419522 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

See also Levine (Isaac) Twenty- 
four miniatures for the piano-forte. 

Revery (Im halbschlaf) ; tr. from the 
Russian of L. Munschtein by Con- 
stance Purdy [of U. S.J, German 
version by Lend Esbeer, music by An- 
ton Arensky, op. 60, no. 3 ; high in E. 

[4682 

© Jan. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1918 ; 
E 422475 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
translation] 

Rhapsody no. 15. See Liszt (Franz) 



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4697 



Ricordo dt Venezia ; valse lento, by 
Francesco Di Leo [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Pittsburgh] ; 1st and 2nd 
mand. and guit [4683 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 422612; Mauro V. Cardilli, 
New York. 

Riceeazione ; by Leonardo De Lorenzo 
[of U. S.] op. 20, no. 1; flute and 
piano. [4684 

© Dec. 26, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; B 422238; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Riding (The) messenger; Danish 
folksong, by Herman Sandby [of 
Denmark, domiciled at New York] ; 
violin, cello and piano. [4685 

© Jan. 22, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422187; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Riformato (II) ; versi e musica di A. 
Trusiano [of Italy] ; mandolino. ace. 

[4686 
© Nov. 1, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918: E 417717; Italian book co., 
inc.. New York. 

Right on to France ; a war time 
march, words and music by George 
Byron Ulp [of U. S.] arr. by Ella H. 
Ulp and Yerna E. Woodrig. [4687 
© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1918 ; E 419009 ; Pennsylvania music 
co., Renovo, Pa. 

Ring the bells for Jesus ; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by S. B. Jack- 
son [of U. S.] [4688 
© Mar. 6, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918; E 422355; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Risen (The) King; an Easter service, 
words by Lizzie DeArmond, music 
by S. B. Stambaugh [of U. S.] 8vo. 
Cincinnati, Fillmore music house. 

[4689 
© Feb. 1. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418598; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

River (The) of joy; hymn anthem, 
words by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by Walter Howe Jones [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. (Choir 
music ed. no. 76) [4690 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918; E 422169; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



Riviera (The) girl; selections, by 
Kalman, played by Andrei Kmita 
[of U. S.] (Rythmodik record 
music rolls P18887) Contents :— 1. 
Just a voice to call me dear. — 2. 
Will you forget.— 3. Life's a tale.— 
4. There'll never be another girl like 
Daisy. [4691 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. April 5, 
1918 ; E 419569 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Road (The) to love; words and music 

by H. Z. Long [of U. S.] ; high 

voice. [4692 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1918; E 422557; 

Howard Z. Long, Stevens, Pa. 

Robbers march ; from Chu Chin Chow, 
by Frederic Norton, arr. by D. 
Onivas [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [4693 
© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918; E 422560; Jos. W. Stem & 
co., New York. (Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Robin (A) waiting for breakfast 
on a cold morning. See Holland 
(Ruby) Five little pictures. 

Robin (The) Woman (Shanewis) ; an 
American opera in one act, libretto 
by Nelle Richmond Eberhart, music 
by Charles Wakefield Cadman [of 
U. S.] [4694 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1918 ; 
E 422572; White- Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Robin's (The) song; words by Susan 
M. Perkins, music by Howard White 
[of IT. S.] ; high voice in A fiat. 

[4695 
© Aug. 21, 1917; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1918; E 419230; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Rock-a-bye land ; by Van Alstyne, 
played by Victor Arden [of U. S.] ; 
in F. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G100754) [4696 

© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419493; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Romance ; by A. Arensky. op. 42, no. 2, 
transcribed bv Edwin Arthur Kraft 
[of U. S.] ; organ. [4697 

© Mar. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1918; E 417885; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the transcription] 



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Romance — Continued. 

by Alfred Griinfeld, op. 45, no. 1, 

arr. by Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. [4698 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 30. 1918 ; 
E 419219; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

de H. Mouton [of France] ; vio- 
loncello, petit orch., piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [4699 
© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420292; Societe anonyme des 
editions Ricordi, Paris. 

by Mischa Elman [of Russia. 

domiciled at New York] ; violin and 
piano. [4700 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422200; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Romance a la valse; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, op. 154, arr. by Elmore R. 
Condon [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[4701 

© Mar. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1918 ; 

E 422323 ; Shattinger piano & music 

co., St. Louis, Mo. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Romance land ; words by Harry Akst, 
music by Arthur Anderson [of II. S.] 

[4702 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418727; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Romping through the fields ; by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.], op. 87; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[4703 
© Jan. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1918 ; 
E 418676 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Ronde des lutins. <See Liszt (Franz) 
2 etudes de concert. 

Rondino on a melody by J. B. Cramer ; 
transcribed by Eddy Brown [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. [4704 

© Dec. 31, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422192; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Rookie boy ; words and music by Mar- 
ion Patterson [pseud, of Mrs. F. H. 
Martin of U. S.], arr. by Geo. Hul- 
ten [of U. S.] [4705 

© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1918; E 417783; 
Mrs. F. H. Martin, San Francisco. 

Rosalind waltz ; by E. W. Berry [of 

U. S.] ; military band. 4to. [4706 

© Mar. 18, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1918; S 419198; George Southwell 

pub. co., Kansas City, Mo. 



Rosche's choice anthem classics; a 
collection of the most popular 
classic anthems, selected by Geo. F. 
Rosche. Chicago, 111., Geo. F. 
Rosche & co., 1918. 4to. [4707 

© Feb. 27, 1918 : 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
16, 1918 ; A 493529 ; Geo. F. Rosche, 
Chicago. 

Rose (The) old Erin grew; words 

and music by C. S. Meredith [of 

U. S.] [4708 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1918; E 422381; 

Charles Spencer Meredith, Chicago. 

Roses ; words anon, music by Eleanor 

Marum [of U. S.] [4709 

© Mar. 22. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 

1918; E 417948; G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

words by D. V. Ahern, music by 

M. Du Frerre [pseud of Ethel Fisher 
of U. S.] arr. by D. V. Ahern [of 
U. S.] [4710 

© 1 c. Apr. 2, 1918; E 422774; 
D. V. Ahern, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Roses for your mother; words and 
music by F. Hall [of U. S.], arr. 
by Geo. D. Haage [of U. S.] 

[4711 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418721; 
Frank Hall, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Rose's (The) message; words and 
music by Edgar Pinchot Crissman 
[of U. S.] [4712 

© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1918 ; 
E 417603; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Roses of Picardy; by Haydn- Wood, 
arr. by S. Deshon [of U. S.] ; orch. 
in B flat. 4to. [4713 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1918 ; 
E 417539 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

'Round her neck she wears a yel- 
ler ribbon ; for her lover who is fur, 
fur away; fox trot by Geo. A. Nor- 
ton [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [4714 
© Mar. 11, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1918 ; E 417722 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar 
rangement] 

Rouse thee! rouse thee! Usans ; 

words by F. R. Rastrick, music by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [4715 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1918; E 418714; 

F. R. Rastrick, E Hamilton, Canada. 



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4730 



Royal Americans, war song, words 
and music by J. Hardy, jr. [of U. S.] 
arr. by A. Wooler [of U. S.] [4716 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1918; E 419153; 
John Hardy, jr., Montgomery, W. 
Va. 

Ruben ville (The) glide; words by 
Harry D. Kerr, music by N. Hearne, 
jr. [of U. S.] [4717 

© Mar. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1918 ; 
E 418897 ; Nick Hearne, jr., Ventura, 
Cal. 

Run, run, run for I'm a Yankee; 

words and music by A. P. Razaf- 

keriefo [of U. S.] [4718 

© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1918; E 419187; 

Andrea Paul Razaf kerief o, New York. 

S'fahnli (Le petit drapeau) ; text und 
musik von F. Zimmermann [of 
Switzerland, domiciled at New 
York] [4719 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
191S ; E 417955 ; Fritz Zimmermann, 
New York. 

Sabbath evening; nocturne by Chas. 
D. Blake, rev. by H. L. Harts [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [4720 

© Mar. 15. 1918; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1918 ; E 422571 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision] 

Sailors of the U. S. A. [and] 
Soldier's farewell; words and 
music by A. Edwards [of U. S.] New 
York. Luckhardt & Belder. [4721 
© Mar. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1918 ; 
E 418908; Andrew Edwards, Yonk- 
ers, N. Y. 

Sailor's yarn. See Reflections. 

Saint Francis walking on the waves. 
See Liszt (Franz). 

St. Francois d'Assise. See Liszt 
(Franz) 2 legendes. 

St. Francois de Paule. See Liszt 
(Franz) 2 legendes. 

St. Patrick's day in the U. S. A. ; 
reminds me of Ireland, words by 
Frankie Williams, music by Otis 
Spencer [of U. S.] [4722 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1918 ; 
E 418904 ; Times music pub. co. inc., 
New York. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) Con- 
certo no. 1 ; by C. Saint-Saens, op. 
33, ed. by Joseph Malkin [of U. S.] ; 
violoncello and piano. (Carl Fisch- 
er's music library, no. 827) [4723 
© Dec. 13, 1917; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1918; E 422214; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 



Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) — 
Continued. 

Serenade ; by Saint Saens, arr. by 

Chas. J. Roberts [of U. S.] ; full 
orch. [4724 

© Dec. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1918 ; 
E 419225; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Vers la victoire; pas redouble 

pour musique militaire, de C. Saint- 
Saens [of France], op. 152; arr., 
pour piano &, 4 mains. [4725 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1918 ; 
E 420296 ; Durand & cie., Paris. 

Sally down our alley ; fox-trot, from 
Doing our bit, by Romberg & Tim- 
berg, played by Victor Arden and 
Marvin Franklin [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
modik record music roll, E 19073) 

[4726 

© Dec. 20, 1917; 2 c. Apr. 5, 

1918 ; E 419518 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Salute to Old Glory; by A. A. Huff- 
man [of U. S.] ; piano. [4727 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1918; E 422385; 
Anna A. Huffman, Savannah, Mo. 

Salzedo (Calos) Four choruses in 
old sonata form; words by Charles 
D' Orleans, trans, by Gertrude Maud 
Norman, music by C. Salzedo [of 
U. S.] ; three men's voices, 4to. 
Contents: Fairest if it be your 
pleasure. — Heralds of summer are 
here. — Within my book of memory. — 
When I was tangled in the skein. 

[4728 
© Apr. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1918 ; 
E 422798; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Sammie of the U. S. A. ; words by B. 
H. Wilson, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [4729 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1918 ; 
E 417384; Bruce H. Wilson, War- 
wood, W. Va. 

Sammies (The) in a foreign land; 
words and arr. by E. L. McCravey 
[of U. S.], melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 

[4730 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1918; E 418911; 
E. L. McCravey, Oildale, Cal. 



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Sammies (The) in the tkenches; or, 
The Sammies over there, words by 
Beatrice M. Thompson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[4731 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1918; E 418569; 
Beatrice M. Thompson, % E. A. 
Brauham, Washington, D. C. 

Sammies (The) marching song; 
words by L. M. Burchnall, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
North American music pub. co. 

[4732 
© Mar. 28, 1918; 2 c. Apr. 5, 
1918; E 419438; L. May Burchnall, 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

Sammies (The) of the U. S. A.; 
words and music by G. G. Dopp [of 
the U. S.] [4733 

© Feb. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 418602; Geo. G. Dopp, Los An- 
geles. 

Sammies over there. See Sammes in 
the trenches. 

Sammy; words and music by A. E. 
Chamberlain, [of U. S.] [4734 

© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1917; E 418524; 
Alfred E. Chamberlain, New York. 

Sammy's going to get you if you 
don't; words by J. E. Ripper, mu- 
sic by J. E. Brown [of U. S.] 
Wray, Col., Loraine Ripper. [4735 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 1918 ; 
E 419622 ; Jessie Loraine Ripper, 
Wray, Col. 

Sammy's in the trenches; words by 

M. E. Purdy, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [4736 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1918 ; E 417479 ; 

M. E. Purdy, White Plains, N. Y. 

San Sebastian's shores; from Hitchy- 
koo, words and music by Harry Car- 
roll [of U. S.J [4737 
© Mar. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; 
E 418722 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Sand dunes; an oriental one-step by 
Byron Gay [of U. S.] ; piano. [4738 
© Feb. 19, 1918; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1918 ; E 417362 ; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Sands (The) are alive with sun- 
shine; words by Wm. E. Henley, 
music by E. C. Murdock [of U. S.] 

[4739 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1918; E 424053; 
Eugene C. Murdock, St. Paul. 



Say a prayer for the boys out there ; 
one-step, by Marr, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.], asst. by W. E. D. 
[of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls G100763) [4740 
© Dec. 20, 1917 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1918 ; 
E 419545; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Say do you know, that I know that 
you're a wonderful girl; words 
and music by L. S. Witte [of U. S.] 

[4741 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1918 ; E 418786 ; L. 
Sherbie Witte, Milwaukee. 

Say you intend to see old Tennessee 
and me ; lyric by Eddie Cantor and 
Raymond Egan, music by Richard 
A. Whiting [of U. S.] [4742 

© Mar. 27, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1918; E 419138; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Say you love me on your violin ; 
from Smile, words by Wal Pink, mu- 
sic by Frederick W. Chappelle [of 
England] [4743 

© Ju